Who's idea was it to give him four minutes on stage to do whatever he wanted anyway? If you care, he addressed the whole t-swizzle beef...
Kanye was given four minutes by organisers to do whatever he wanted on stage at this year's ceremony, and he used the time to launch into another rant.
He expressed his adoration to the crowd gathered at Madison Square Garden in New York before referring to Swift.
"Bro, like I love all y'all. That's why I called her," he said, referring to an online feud they had last month when a video emerged showing Swift had given her approval to a line in West's song, 'Famous', which stated that he "made that b*tch famous".
The speech was delivered before debuting his new video for 'Fade'. Earlier he spoke about the video for hit song 'Famous', which was contentious as it featured a host of prominent celebrities naked in bed alongside him.
"Later tonight, 'Famous' might to lose to Beyonce but I can't be mad; I'm always wishing for Beyonce to win," he joked, referring to the 2009 VMAs, when he interrupted Swift's Video of the Year acceptance speech to say Beyonce should have won the award.
"But for people to understand just how blessed we are, [the 'Famous' video] was an expression of our fame right now - us, on the inside of the TV," he said, "just the audacity to put [Vogue editor-in-chief] Anna Wintour next to [US Republican presidential nominee] Donald Trump.
"I mean, I put Ray J in it, bro!" he said laughingly.
To see the full speech, visit MTV's Twitter.