Kanye West’s Concert Mistake

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Kanye West is in the spot light for all the wrong reasons once again. The singer gained a lot of negative views after he interrupted Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech at the 2009 VMA’s, now he’s upset even more fans at his concert in Sydney.

At his Friday night concert, Kanye asked everyone in his audience to stand, refusing to perform until everyone complied.

The singer singled out two members of the audience who were still seated after a 3 minute pause, “this is the longest I’ve had to wait to do a song…There’s literally two people left who don’t want to stand up.”

The stadium lights were turned on and the crowd began to boo the last two people, yelling “stand up, stand up.”

Kanye’s minders went to investigate what was going on, when they found that the only people still standing were in wheelchairs and were unable to join the rest of the audience on their feet.

At first Kanye didn’t seem to be convinced, repeatedly asking if the fans were definitely disabled until is minders returned to assure him that this was the case.

Oh Kanye, I’m not sure you can count those two amongst your fans anymore.

Article written by  D Mulhern

12 Responses

  1. What is wrong with him!? he shouldn’t force people to stand up, and he should definitely not get his fans to boo them, just because they are disabled!

  2. Even if they were NOT in wheelchairs, you wont win fans over by demanding them to stand up!


  3. Yo, I’m a big Kanye fan love the music, love the guys personality. All this unnecessary hate towards Kanye is pretty dumb, That was a mistake that he didn’t mean to commit.
    Stop hating on him!!!

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