Kanye: ‘Throw Your [Prosthetics] in the Air Like You Just Don’t Care’

kanye-quotes-performIf you have ever been to a hip-hop show, you probably know that the headline’s cheer is not a typical way to get a crowd in the zone. But there’s nothing typical about megalomaniac narcissistic Kanye West.

Take, for example, his latest actions on the “Yeezus” tour in Sydney, Australia.

An eyewitness told Daily Mail Australia that Kanye refused to perform until the crowd came to its feet, saying, “I can’t do this song, I can’t do this show until everybody stand up.”

And then, he called out an amputee in the audience for not standing. You know, like people with both legs. 

So, there he is, giving a shout out to North confusing geography students in the Qantas Credit Union Arena when two seated fans wouldn’t get to their feet. Kanye them decided to stop the show to announce:

I can’t do this song, I can’t do this show until everybody stand up … unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and sh!t. 

So, one of those targeted concertgoers decided to show off proof that there was a handicap pass, special parking, and sh!t and did this:


From the wheelchair, said attendee handed a friend the proof — then Mr. West sent one of his staffers into the crowd to double-check the legitimacy of the still-seated person’s leg.

But when another fan remained seated, he stopped the song Good Life, saying, ‘This is the longest I’ve had to wait to do a song, it’s unbelievable,’ before sending bodyguard Pascal Duvier into the arena to check whether the person was in fact in a wheelchair- which they were.

‘The crowd was also yelling that he was in a wheelchair but he waited for Pascal’s confirmation,’ the witness said, while others said the crowd made ‘wheelchair motions’ to alert the singer to his mistake. 

 ‘When he sent Pascal up there he said, ‘He is in a wheelchair? It’s fine!’ the witness reported. 

If Mr. Kardashian really were a god, he could have fixed everything so the show could go on. Remember, though: it’s all for the fans.