Sunday, September 14, 2014

Kanye’s lame excuse to cancel the concert – Expressen

Kanye West was not happy with two of the fans’ performance and stopped a concert in Sydney last Friday.

“Get up and dance!”, he demanded.

The catch?

The fans sat in a wheelchair, it writes the Daily Mail.

Kanye West Yeezus tour reached Sydney on Friday and in the middle of the concert the rapper discovered that two fans had the nerve to sit down. The bev too much for the star that stopped the whole concert on Qantas Credit Union Arena, writes the Daily Mail.

– I can not drive this song. I can not run this show until everyone is standing. If you do not have a handicap card and get special parking and shit. I see if you do not stand up, I’m good at it, said Kanye West according to an eyewitness who the Daily Mail Australia talked to.

Waved prosthesis

When the rapper finally sees how one of the visitors sitting waving his prosthetic as explanation for missing the dance, he realizes his mistake:

– OK, you’re quiet, he says then.

But. So discovers West to another fan is so rude that it is still sitting down. Not okay. He stopped simply the song “Good Life” with the words:

– This is the longest I have had to wait to do a song, it’s unbelievable.

The crowd screamed that the man was in a wheelchair and made gestures to mark the rapper on the mistake. But the West still sent out his bodyguard Pascal Duvier the stadium to check that the person really was wheelchair-bound.

– he sits in a wheelchair? It’s easy!

Upset response

On Saturday flooded social media over the ruffled feelings.

“just remembered that Kanye during an uncomfortably long time told two kids in a wheelchair to stand up., it sucked. “writes one person on Twitter.

” We are just waiting the two callers should stand up, Oh … they sit in a wheelchair ?? RUN The song “writes another.

” I can see Kanye tell someone in a wheelchair to “stand up and dance,” writes a third.

Kanye West, who is married to Kim Kardashian has previously been criticized for having expressed a similar comment during a show in Melbourne on Wednesday.


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