Solano County deputy provides opinion on controversial matters by raps on TikTok

SOLANO COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) – Stephanie Cherry says she’s an artist and reaches out to people she’s never met.

She has 2.3 million likes and over 200,000,000 followers, which she calls “supporters” on TikTok, and she says it all started writing poetry at a young age.

“Oh my god, you reach out to all of these people. I’m just like that, right? “Laughs Cherry.

During her Fairfield High School days with a cassette deck karaoke machine and her cousin on hand, she turned these verses of poetry into music.

The Sacramento State Alumna now uses TikTok to share their views on current events.

“Like breaking off culture, for example. People just jump with the gun, they want to cancel people, they want to test, ”explained Cherry. “For me, I have the feeling, what does that do? Because you don’t learn anything from doing everything right. So if you make a mistake, you can learn from it. “

Her supporters will send her a request to write about something personal they are going through, like divorce or the loss of a loved one.

“When I write songs for people and be a voice for them, it’s easy for me,” Cherry told FOX40. “I am very humble. And I appreciate that because I feel like I am helping them in some way. “

The 36-year-old native of Fairfield also helps her community in other ways as a deputy at the Solano County Sheriff’s Office.

She says there is more than one side to a story, and she wants to offer a different perspective to fill a void at a time when the relationship between the public and law enforcement can be volatile.

“I even had messages like I don’t like cops. But I like you. We need more people like you, ”said Cherry.

She says music is the language everyone has. No matter where they come from.

“I’m Stephanie. I happen to be a proxy, ”she said.

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