By Kristen Gimelli
SYNDNEY, AU – As if Kanye West hasn’t made a fool of himself already, he has now proven himself to be the biggest fool of all.
On September 13th, during one of West’s concerts in Sydney, Australia for the Yeezus tour, he requested everyone in the audience to stand up during the middle of his show—and he meant EVERYONE.
West humiliated two disabled fans by publicly criticizing them for sitting down.
In the middle of the concert when the rap star demanded the “Stand up” request, he cut the music and said, “I decided I can’t do this song, I can’t do the rest of the show until everyone stands up.” Everyone but two people stood up.
West continued his request by shouting, “Stand Up!” The one fan in the wheelchair raised a prosthetic limb, showing that she could not. When West saw it, he nodded and said, “Okay, you fine” to the disabled fan.
West then turned his attention to the other person sitting in the wheelchair and complained that this was the longest he ever had to wait to do a song.
The fans around the wheel-chaired man tried to hint to West that the man was handicap, but West didn’t get it. He then sent his bodyguard to make sure the fan was indeed in a wheelchair.
The bodyguard nodded to West indicating that the man was in a wheelchair. “He’s in a wheel chair? It’s fine,” West said, then continuing the show.