We bet Kanye West walked off stage after his Sydney concert promising himself that from here on in will think before he talks – no excuses!
The rapper decided to stop his show to order two fans in the audience to "stand up and dance", only to realise that they were both in wheelchairs.
According to one eye witness, Kanye refused to start his song before everyone was standing up, saying:
"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 s**t.
"Imma see you if you ain't standing up, believe me, I'm very good at that.
"I can't go on with this song if there's people in here sitting down, unless y'all sitting down because y'all handicapped."
When he saw one of the seated fans waving his prosthetic limb at him, he let him off the hook, saying: "Okay, you're fine!", but he sent his bodyguard down to see why the other guy wasn't standing up. When it was confirmed that he was also in a wheelchair he said: "He is in a wheelchair? It's fine!" and promptly started the song.
We know this was an innocent mistake – Kanye has previously gone out of his way to help disabled fans at his shows – and we hope the two guys weren't too embarrassed at all the unwarranted attention.
Next time Kanye, just sing the song regardless, please!