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Kanye West's most controversial moments

Slide 1 of 15: Kanye West stopped one of his shows in Sydney to demand the audience get on their feet, not realising that two of the fans were in wheelchairs.The rapper insisted on seeing the audience on their feet and dancing, saying to the crowd: "I can't do this show until everybody stand up. Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and s**t."He spotted the two who were still seated and demanded they stand or he wouldn’t continue with the concert. One of them waved their prosthetic leg in the air before Kanye realised his mistake and quickly moved on.But he centred on a second fan who also had to explain that he wasn’t able to stand either; a number of concert goers were apparently trying to signal to West that standing was not physically possible.A video of the embarrassing incident has apparently since surfaced with the rapper heard to say: "If he's in a wheelchair it's fine, only if he's in a wheelchair." Disability campaigners say Kanye West should apologise for the gaffes he made.Click through for more of Kanye’s controversial moments...

The rapper stops a concert after two disabled fans don't stand up

Kanye West stopped one of his shows in Sydney to demand the audience get on their feet, not realising that two of the fans were in wheelchairs.The rapper insisted on seeing the audience on their feet and dancing, saying to the crowd: "I can't do this show until everybody stand up. Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and s**t."He spotted the two who were still seated and demanded they stand or he wouldn’t continue with the concert. One of them waved their prosthetic leg in the air before Kanye realised his mistake and quickly moved on.But he centred on a second fan who also had to explain that he wasn’t able to stand either; a number of concert goers were apparently trying to signal to West that standing was not physically possible.A video of the embarrassing incident has apparently since surfaced with the rapper heard to say: "If he's in a wheelchair it's fine, only if he's in a wheelchair." Disability campaigners say Kanye West should apologise for the gaffes he made.Click through for more of Kanye’s controversial moments...
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