On Friday night, concert attendees watching Kanye West's Yeezus Tour show in Sydney, Australia were all witness to an uncomfortable moment when West stopped a song in the middle of performing, and unknowingly insisted that a wheelchair bound person stand up like everyone else in the arena.
According to MTV News, on Sunday night, West addressed the incident during his Brisbane, Australia show and went on one of his well-known rants and insisted that he was a victim of the media portraying him as a villain.
Everyone knows that Kanye West is passionate when it comes to his concerts. So while performing in Sydney, Australia on his Yeezus Tour, Yeezy wanted make sure the entire crowd was on their feet, and didn't want to continue until they were. When he noticed a couple of fans were still in their seats, he called them out for not standing up.
Carrie Underwood stepped out for the first time since her pregnancy announcement on Sept. 1 to perform at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Ill. The 31-year-old singer looked radiant as she performed for two nights on Sept. 6 and 7.
Surprise! In her first post-baby singing performance, Kelly Clarkson made a surprise appearance at country superstars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood's concert in Chicago on Sept. 5. Clarkson hasn't performed since giving birth to her daughter, River Rose Blackstock, in June.
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