INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — music mogul Kanye West’s explosive return to Twitter this week has sparked conversations about pop culture and politics in Indiana.
Among the artist’s recent stream of tweets were endorsements for President Donald Trump and other conservative voices in media.
These comments didn’t sit well with quite a few of his followers on the platform as many of them pointed to his 2005 appearance on NBCUniversal’s “A Concert For Hurricane Relief” telethon, where he said sitting President George W. Bush did not care about Black people.
Abdul Hakim-Shabazz, a political commentator in Indianapolis and the moderator for the fourth and final Indiana Republican U.S. Senate debate said he never subscribed to the mindset that artists should stay away from talking…