By Tom HegartyPosted October 05, 2014 11:00amUpdated October 06, 2014 12:00pmIn the wake of the Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decision not to indict Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, the Internet has been buzzing with a plethora of Ferguson-themed videos.
In a recent interview with Yahoo!
News, YouTube star and Ferguson-loving YouTube personality @TibblesPodcast discussed his approach to creating videos that could help the Ferguson community to get their voices heard.
“If you can’t go to a protest, or if you can only go to one thing that’s happening, then you can always say, ‘You know what?
Let’s go to the store and pick up something.
Let’s get our voices heard,'” he told Yahoo.
“It’s always a great idea to get the community to be a part of the process.”
“I’m the person who wants to bring the community together,” he continued.
“So I want to go to Ferguson, and I want them to get to know me and they’ll know what’s going on, and they will get involved.”
Tibbled’s podcast has gained more than 4 million subscribers in the last month, and he plans to continue to work with other artists to create more content.
“I would love to go on tour and tour with them.
I want people to see how I make a living off of this, and the things I do for this community,” he told The Huffington Post.
“I think it’s a good way to show the people that you’re making a living.”
Check out a selection of @TIBblesPods videos below: