MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - Sep 18, 2014) - KD Smart Chair, a wheelchair company, is offering two free lightweight and foldable electric wheelchairs to the ashamed Kanye West concert goers who failed to stand up for him, even though one was in a wheelchair and the other had a prosthetic limb. The controversial rapper stopped his show demanding that every member of the audience get up and dance.
Video evidence of the incident of Kanye singling out a wheelchair bound fan circulating online shows him performing his hit song "Good Life" and then suddenly stopping the music and insisting that the concert audience stand up. Kanye insisted that he wouldn't continue until every fan in the arena was on their feet. Refusing to perform and not realizing that a couple of attendees were unable to stand due to their disabilities, the ashamed fans were also checked by the security guards to inspect the situation, but even then, Kanye seemed reluctant to accept that the pair had a legitimate reason for not standing.
"On behalf of our company, I would like to offer two free wheelchairs to Kanye West concert goers for their inconvenience," says Vice President of KD Smart Chair Roland Reznik.
"After watching the video, Kanye probably could not tell they were in wheelchairs and disabled from the stage and once he did realize he continued the show. Our chair weighs only 50 pounds, folds in seconds and is 21 inches off the ground."
KD Smart Chair would like to offer complimentary wheelchairs to the fans that were singled out at the Kanye West concert in Sydney Australia for their troubles and inconveniences. While the fans have remained anonymous, those at KD Smart Chair are hoping the fans will accept their gesture of goodwill and accept the gift. The innovative powered wheelchair is comfortable, durable, has dual wheel brushless motors and makes it easy to maneuver in tight places.
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