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Dahleen Glanton: Kanye West finally realized he's being used. But there's truth behind his past tweets

It's hard to stay mad at Kanye West.

Sure, he's done a lot of foolish things lately and gone on a lot of hurtful rants. But he has been like a wayward son who strayed and couldn't find his way back home.

West has finally indicated that he's ready to get off that contentious road he's been traveling and head back to a more familiar path.

He tweeted: "My eyes are now wide open and now realize I've been used

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