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So Insensitive: Kanye West Humiliates Two Handicapped Fans When He Stops The Concert And INSISTS They Stand Up!

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Sep. 13 2014, Published 10:46 a.m. ET

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Looks like his wife Kim Kardashian isn't the only one to make completely outrageous demands.

Self-proclaimed "genius" Kanye West put a stop to his Australian show On Friday night when two audience members didn't stand up for him- because they were disabled!

According to the Daily Mail Australia, the rapper, 37, refused to continue performing during his Yeezus tour stop at Sydney's Qantas Credit Union Arena, humiliating two handicapped fans.

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"I can't do this show until everybody stand up," he reportedly said. "Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and sh*t. Imma see you if you ain't standing up, believe me, I'm very good at that."

When a fan held up a prosthetic limb, he said the person was "fine."

But later, he halted his song "Good Life" when he noticed another concertgoer remained in their seat.

"This is the longest I've had to wait to do a song, it's unbelievable," he allegedly huffed before sending a bodyguard into the stands to ensure the individual was in a wheelchair.

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He only continued performing when his hired help confirmed.

The egotistical star understandably upset fans with his insensitive behavior.

"Just remembered Kanye telling 2 kids in a wheelchair to stand up for an uncomfortably long amount of time," one audience member tweeted. "That sucked."

"Oh....they ARE in a wheelchair?? PLAY THE SONG," posted another.

West is Down Under with his reality star wife, 33, and their daughter North, 1, for ten days of concerts all over the country.

He was reportedly hospitalized for a severe migraine on Wednesday night, but seems to be back to his old self.



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