Kanye West Issues Public Apologies to Beck, Bruno Mars

Kanye West Issues Public Apologies to Beck, Bruno Mars
While the world may already have moved on from the outrage of Kanye West nearly interrupting Beck's acceptance speech at the Grammy Awards earlier this month, Yeezy has officially closed the headline-grabbing chapter in his life by giving a public apology to the Morning Phase singer. Meeting Twitter guidelines, West delivered a succinct "sorry" in under 120 characters.

As you'll see down below, West's words go straight to the point.
 
It should be noted, though, that Beck was seemingly not rattled by the rapper's near-interruption, nor with comments later that night suggesting Beck "respect artistry" and give his award over to Beyoncé, whose self-titled album was also nominated for Album of the Year. "I thought she was going to win," Beck had previously said. "Come on, she's Beyoncé!"

West had later passed off his Grammy night comments as a "mis-wording" and praised Morning Phase, saying it should have won "Best Rock Album."

Today was apparently a reflective one for West, as he also sent out a "sorry" and a salute to pop star Bruno Mars, with whom he'd been critical of in the past. An additional tweet had West reaching out to the "Uptown Funk" singer for some vocal work on a track he's currently working on. Judging by the tweet, Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs is a co-producer.