Kanye West Publicly Apologizes to Beck and Bruno Mars — Read His Surprising Tweets!

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Kanye West apologizes to Beck and Bruno Mars  Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images

A whole new ‘Ye! Kanye West took to Twitter on Thursday, Feb. 26 and apologized to both Beck and Bruno Mars.

The tweets come after West nearly intercepted and dissed Beck’s 2015 Grammy win for Album of the Year and after he ranted onstage at a 2013 concert about how Mars is overrated and just the “prettiest." 

“I would like to publicly apologize to Beck, I’m sorry Beck,” West tweeted out of the blue on Thursday. Although he had yet to personally apologize to the singer, West did admit his Grammys stunt was “hypocritical” considering he hadn’t even heard Beck’s music before.

As for the “Uptown Funk” singer, West revealed he even wants to collaborate with him now.

“I also want to publicly apologize to Bruno Mars, I used to hate on him but I really respect what he does as an artist,” he wrote, before adding: “I also would love for Bruno to sing this hook on this song 88 Keys / Puff I produced…I even asked Tyler [the Creator] to shoot the vid.”

The olive branches come after West also mended his feud with Taylor Swift. After bombarding her onstage at the 2009 VMAs, Kim Kardashian’s husband hugged it out with the “Shake It Off” singer at the 2015 Grammys and then dined with her at NYC’s The Spotted Pig last week where they discussed working together as well.

According to a source, it was the rapper who reached out to Swift, too. “They ended their feud at the Grammys and are fine now,” the insider explained. “They both know that recording a song together would be huge. So yes, they’re friends.”

Although it’s unclear exactly why West is feeling apologetic all of a sudden, his wife likely deserves the credit. During an interview with Ellen DeGeneres the rapper admitted the reality star and his daughter North West have made him an all-around “better human being.”

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