Just a thought, but you can be disappointed in someone without abstaining wholesale from consuming their entertainment output. I think we've found ourselves in a sort of weird dialectical landscape where we frame everything as picking sides in the entertainment landscape: you can't just be kinda disappointed in a public figure's bad beliefs, you have to abstain from them altogether. You can't just decide said bad beliefs aren't a huge deal, you have to attack the notion of someone responding negatively to them at all. I still listen to Odelay but, yeah, I'm kinda disappointed that Beck is involved in an exploitative cult. If Tom Brady decided to start going around talking about how great Scientology is, it would be dissappointing. It wouldn't stop me (or probably other people who feel similarly) from enjoying the rings or Brady's football prowess, it would just suck a little. The entire cultural landscape is constructed for us to care about the personal lives of famous people. It's OK to have reactions to the way those famous people conduct themselves. Setting the bar for giving a shit at rape and murder as the only thing that should elicit some kind of emotional reaction seems like a weirdly low standard to me. But YMMV, obviously.