Admist all of Kanye West'spublic apologies to Taylor Swift –on his blog and The Jay Leno Show –for his behavior at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards, it seems he hadn't take the time to apologize to Swift personally.
During her appearance on The View, Swift was asked by Sherri Shepherd if she'd want to meet with with Kanye face-to-face, her response was "Sure. I mean he has not personally reached out." Barbara Walters followed up by asking, "He hasn't called or sent a message or anything?" Swift responded with a simple, "No." The conversation continued, but near the end of the topic Whoopi told Taylor "Well hopefully, if Kanye is watching, he'll know what to do." Kanye seems to have received the message.
In an interview with ABC News Radio, Swift revealed that after The View aired, Kanye called her and apologized.
"Kanye did call me, and he was very sincere in his apology, and I accepted that apology."
The fallout from Sunday's incident has spread, even into the world of politics. In an off-the-record moment President Obama was heard calling Kanye a "jackass" and the private comment was tweeted to the world by an ABC reporter.