Out of 12,000 responses, 7,000 (58%) replied, "It's a fake apology. Secretly, Kanye has no regrets and digs the infamous attention he's getting now."
Last night he added more mea culpa to Jay Leno: "It's been extremely difficult ... just dealing with the fact that I hurt someone or took anything away from a talented artist. I only wanted to help people. My entire life I've only wanted to give and do something that I felt was right. I immediately knew in this situation that it was wrong, that it wasn't a spectacle ... . It was actually someone's emotions that I stepped on. It was just rude — period. I'd like to be able to apologize in person .... I need to, after this, take the time off to analyze how I'm going to make it through the rest of this life, how I'm going to improve. I am a celebrity, and that's something I have to deal with. If there's anything I can do to help Taylor in the future — or help anyone — I'd like to."
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Photo: Kanye West and Taylor Swift/ Associated Press