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Kanye West was a total douche. These days we can’t really afford being disrespectful to others especially in the music industry. And talking about disrespect, let the government deal with wars and conflicts. We can help them by not causing stupid scene in an award show. =) You know that music is supposed to unite people. It’s a form of art and we have to respect any kind of music.

I totally agree that Beyonce is a wonderful singer and performer. However, VMA is an award show that depends on the fans’ votes for results. So, it is not really about who has the voice of a DIVA or who has more calibers in the industry. VMA is about who has more fans and supporters, and in my opinion, it is a good thing so that as the generation changes, the winners change too.

Taylor Swift deserves the award. She is 19 years old and she wrote her own songs, plays guitar and sings. When Kanye has some children, I wonder what they would be able to do when they are 19. Please, appreciate others. Hip hop and R&B are not the only music genre in this world. Country does exist and no! country singers do not shake their booty. So what?? They can still be good. I respect different kinds of music. I don’t hate hip hop, R&B, pop, rock, country, etc. I can dislike some of the songs but that doesn’t mean I have the right to disrespect any of them.

Plus, this year’s VMA is also a tribute to Michael Jackson. Why did Kanye barge onto the stage and cause a scene like that? Why? Was it because he was not the center of the attention? Was it because the night was all about MJ, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga and Jay Z? What was it? Now, when the search result on Google supposed to be about those people I mentioned above, we all can see news about Kanye West’s dumb action.

Anyways, my point is that we have to use music as a peace keeper. Don’t use it to cause fights and all of that brutal stuff. =(

Kanye… please dude,, respect!

Taylor Swift… you deserve the award!

MJ… sorry for the interruption. Long live the king!

Taken from mtv.com

Taken from mtv.com

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