British Radio Station Asks Whether Stevie Wonder Can Joke About Being Blind

ashley.rae | February 16, 2016

Following Stevie Wonder’s joke about being blind during Monday night’s Grammy Awards, a British radio station is asking whether people should be allowed to make fun of themselves and their disabilities.

While presenting the winner of the “Song of the Year,” Wonder taunted the other people on stage for not being able to read the winner in the envelope because it was written in Braille.

After the joke, Wonder stated, “We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability.”


On Tuesday morning, radio station Leading Britain’s Conversation asked, “Should we make light of someone’s disability?”

In response to the question ridiculing Wonder for making light of his own disability, one particular Twitter used LBC’s overly sensitive logic against them: