There's a lot of things Kanye West can do… but make wheelchair bound fans stand up at his concert is not one of them.
Over the weekend, Yeezus performed at the Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney, Australia. He commanded that everyone in the audience stand up for his track "Good Life."
"I can't do this song… until everybody stand up. Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and shit… 'imma see you if you want standing up, believe me, I'm very good at that,'" he said.
He interrupted the concert until everybody was on their feet. But there was one problem, well two problems. Two attendees were handicapped, one with a prosthetic limb and the other in a wheelchair.
Watch the awkwardness below:
We're sure Kanye didn't mean harm. He's not that heartless. At the Yeezus concert in Austin, Texas, Kanye noticed that a handicapped fan couldn't see the concert very well from his seat in the second row. He kindly gave his microphone to the fan after the show.