Kanye West Calls Out Fan in Wheelchair for Not Standing at Concert

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Kanye West performs on the Marilyn Stage during Day 2 of the 2014 Budweiser Made in America Festival at Los Angeles Grand Park on August 31, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA. 

Kanye West implored the crowd to stand "unless you got a handicap pass where you get special parking and s---.“

Kanye West may want to think twice the next time he forces everyone at his shows to get on their feet.

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The notoriously prickly rapper performed a concert at Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney on Friday (Sept. 12) and halted the show because two fans weren't standing up. One of the fans was in a wheelchair, and one had a prosthetic limb, but West didn't appear to believe this.

The incident began when West stopped the concert and asked everyone in attendance to stand for the next song "unless you got a handicap pass where you get special parking and s---," he told the crowd. See video of the incident below:

He boasted about being able to spot anyone in the audience who wasn't standing, which is when he noticed the two fans who were still seated. West waited for them to stand and even asked the crowd whether the two people should be forced to move seats. Members of the crowd started chanting for them to stand.

The rapper continued to be incredulous that the two weren't standing and sent over a member of his security team to assess the situation. "This is the longest I've had to wait to do the song -- it's unbelievable," West lamented.

Finally, after repeated questioning from the rapper, he was satisfied with the fans' reason for not standing. "You say it's cool, it's a wheelchair?" West asked one more time before finally launching into the song.

  • This article originally appeared on THR.com.

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