Kanye West Stops Concert to Tell Handicap Fans to Stand Up [VIDEO]
There's never a dull moment at a Kanye West show. On Friday (Sept. 12), Yeezy demanded the entire audience stand up and dance before he performed the next song at his concert in Sydney, Australia.
“I can't do this show until everybody stand up. Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and s---," he told the crowd according to the U.K.'s The Independent.
Almost everyone obliged West's request except for two fans in the arena. The G.O.O.D. Music leader zeroed in on them and told the crowd to boo them for not standing up. But what West didn't know was the two concertgoers were handicap people in wheelchairs.
The first person waved their prosthetic limb in the air to signal to Yeezy that she can't stand up to which the rapper told her, "OK, you fine."
But the second fan was grilled heavily by West for not standing. The crowd tried to gesture to him that he was in a wheelchair, but that didn't satisfy Yeezy. The 'Bound 2' rapper then told his bodyguard to check and see if the person is actually in a wheelchair.
"This is the longest I've had to wait to do a song, it's unbelievable," West says incredulously, while waiting for his bodyguard's confirmation.
"He is in a wheelchair? It's fine!" West announced before going into a performance of 'The Good Life.'
While we understand that West wants the crowd to get hype whenever he's onstage, this is ridiculous.
West has been tabloid fodder ever since he touched down in Australia last week.
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