Who would of thought that TikTok would be making wealthy celebrities out of Idaho residents. First it was @Doggface208, he came into our lives at a very dark time and made the pandemic a lot less intense, he gave us hope that there was a light at the end of the tunnel and as a result he has new found  fortune and fame. Fast forward to a few weeks ago and we were introduced to the the person we now know as the Idaho TikTok Cop. He responded to Lebron James on his TikTok account and the rest is history. ( here's the script and link  just in case you missed it)

"So you don't care if a Black person kills another Black person, But you do care if a white cop kills a Black person, even if he's doing it to save the life of another Black person?" Bellevue Marshal deputy Nate Silvester continued. "I mean it doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but then again you are really good at basketball so I guess I'll take your word for it."

A week later someone created a GoFundMe in his name that has raised $500,00 which according to a ktvb interview will be used to benefit  "the First Responders Children's Foundation and use another portion to create a scholarship fund for displaced police officers."

Fast forward to Wednesday and The TikTok cop announced via a ktvb interview that he has signed a book deal with Di Angelo Publications . The working title of his book is "Never Off Duty."

Who would of thought that TikTok would be making wealthy celebrities out of Idaho residents.

 

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