I have it on good confidence from my Indianapolis Bureau Chief chiseven that Kanye West’s Grammy-nominated hit single "Jesus Walks" was actually written by an Indianapolis MC (originally from Chicago) back in the mid ’90s, who then sold it to Kanye. Now obviously, there are all kinds of implications with regards to Kanye’s Grammy eligibility if this turns out to be true, but, of course, my main concern is with the integrity of the music business. If Milli Vanilli had to give theirs back (admit it, you liked that song), then Kanye shouldn’t get one in the first place. My next step in this investigation will be to contact Kanye’s mother, whom I correspond with on a regular basis, for a statement, and also to try and track down the guy who’s the actual writer. If the information I have turns out to be true, then I guess my next step would be to contact the American Society of Recording Arts and Sciences to have Kanye’s name removed from eligibility, perhaps even permanently, and to get in touch with Suge Knight about getting our buddy in Indianapolis his fair compensation for his work and, of course, a little bit for myself.