Days after the sudden death of “Ellen Show” DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss, new details have emerged that may shed light on his decision to take his own life.
TMZ reports that law enforcement sources have confirmed a note was left at the scene of Boss’s suicide, which cryptically alludes to difficulties the rapper had encountered in the past. What was actually said isn’t specified on the website.
According to the investigation, the dancer left his house on Monday morning, took a rideshare to a motel nearby, and then put his phone into aeroplane mode so that no one could contact or find him.
A motel worker discovered the dead body of a former “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant. According to the Los Angeles County Coroner, the death of the boss was a suicide.
According to police, Boss’s wife, Allison Holker, went to a Los Angeles police station on Tuesday to report that her husband had left the house without his car, which was apparently very unusual. TMZ was the first to report Boss’s death.
“It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to share that my husband Stephen has left us,” she wrote. Every time Stephen entered a room, it became brighter. Above all else, he cared about his loved ones and his community, and he believed that true leadership was based on spreading positivity and light. As well as being the rock of our household, the doting husband and father, and the source of endless enthusiasm for his legions of followers, he was the epitome of strength and integrity
It’s an understatement to say that he didn’t leave a legacy, and his positive influence will live on, she said. “I know that we will always remember him and never forget him. My three children and I would appreciate your respect and discretion during this trying time.
The Note’s Contents Remain A Mystery
Though the contents of the note were not revealed, police sources said the artist referenced a number of difficulties he had encountered in the past. Similarly, I am confused as to his precise point of reference.
To prevent his worried loved ones from tracking him down, the boss checked into a hotel close to his house and switched to aeroplane mode on his phone.
TMZ broke the news of his death and detailed the initial reactions of his professional dancer wife Allison Holker, who met Boss on the set of “So You Think You Can Dance,” and who immediately went to a Los Angeles police station to report his disappearance.
Evident Suicide Note Left By “tWitch” Boss Stephen
According to TMZ’s report, law enforcement sources say Boss left an oblique note referencing his struggles. According to the publication, it is unclear what the dancer was alluding to in the message.
One of Boss’s former co-stars from Stomp the Yard: Homecoming, Columbus Short, has been spreading rumours that Boss has lost his life savings, but a source has told the New York Post that these rumours are completely false.
In other TMZ news, Boss reportedly took an Uber on Monday morning from his house to a hotel located less than a mile away and switched his phone to aeroplane mode. On Tuesday, his body was found in the hotel, and an autopsy revealed that he shot himself in the head.
On Tuesday, police were contacted by Allison Holker, the boss’s wife, who claimed that her husband had suddenly left the house and wasn’t returning her calls.
TV Host Ellen DeGeneres Honors Her Leader
Not only did Boss serve as a judge on this year’s So You Think You Can Dance, but he also served as a DJ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show for a long period of time. The news of Boss’s passing has left DeGeneres “heartbroken,” and she has taken to Instagram to express her sorrow. She has described Boss as “pure love and light.”
I loved him with all my heart,” she continued, “because he was my family.” I’m going to miss him. Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, Allison’s lovely children, would appreciate your good wishes.
During her show on Thursday, DeGeneres promised fans that she would “be sharing some of my favourite moments with him.” The first was a snippet from Boss’s old talk show in which the host paid him a heartfelt tribute for all his years of service.
It has been reported by TMZ that Stephen “tWitch” Boss, a longtime DJ for Ellen DeGeneres, committed suicide and left a note in which he alluded to the difficulties he had encountered.
The suicide note found in motel room 248 at the Oak Tree Inn in Encino, California, reportedly referred to “challenges he’s faced in the past,” according to TMZ’s sources.
TMZ reported that police determined that 40-year-old Stephen took an Uber from his house to the motel less than a mile away, and then put his phone into aeroplane mode so no one could contact or track him.