Known for his high demands and unreasonable behaviour, Kanye West recently stopped his concert performance because two handicapped fans did not stand up during his performance.
In his recent arena concert in Sydney, West demanded the audience to stand up and dance to his song, “I can’t do this show until everybody stand up. Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and s***.”
After realizing that two of the fans from the crowd did not do so and not realizing that they were actually handicapped, West said, “There’s two people left. They don’t want to stand up.”
Felling annoyed, West continued, “This is the longest I’ve had to wait to do a song, it’s unbelievable.”
|West rudely pointed at the two handicapped fans for not standing up.|
The two handicapped fans were initially booed by the rest of the audience for not joining the crowds. When one of the handicapped fans waved his prosthetic limb towards West, only then he realised his mistake and quickly said: “Okay, you fine.”
West then focused his attention on the second fan who was in a wheelchair, “Now, if he is in a wheelchair, it’s fine, is he in a wheelchair right there?”
West even purposely dispatched his bodyguard to confirm whether the man was in fact wheelchair-bound.
After knowing the situation, West then continued with his performance on “Good Life”.
Watch the video of the awkward situation in West recent concert tour below!