|Ellen DeGeneres On DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ Death|
Stephen “tWitch” Boss, the DJ from “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” has died, his spouse has stated, in what Los Angeles media reported was an obvious suicide.
Entertainment web site TMZ stated the DJ and dancer was present in a lodge within the metropolis on Tuesday with what gave the impression to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The outlet stated the 40-year-old’s spouse, Allison Holker, had contacted police as a result of she was involved for her husband.
His physique was found a short while later.
“It is with the heaviest of hearts that I’ve to share my husband Stephen has left us,” Holker, 34, stated, in keeping with a number of media.
“Stephen lit up each room he stepped into. He valued household, mates and group above all else, and main with love and light-weight was all the pieces to him. He was the spine of our household, one of the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his followers.”
A spokesman for Los Angeles Police Department stated officers had responded to a name mid-morning Tuesday involving the loss of life of a person.
The Los Angeles County coroner’s workplace stated an post-mortem was as a result of be carried out on 40-year-old Stephen Boss, who they stated died Tuesday at a “lodge/motel.”
Boss grew to become a fixture on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” after he joined in 2014.
He stayed with this system till it ended this yr.
He had additionally appeared on dance competitors present “So You Think You Can Dance”, and had roles in films “Step Up” and “Magic Mike XXL.”
Along together with his spouse Holker, he hosted actuality present “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings.”
The couple, who married in 2013, have three kids.
“To say he left a legacy can be an understatement, and his constructive influence will proceed to be felt,” Holker stated in her assertion.
“I’m sure there will not be a day that goes by that we can’t honor his reminiscence.”
DeGeneres took to social media after information of the tragedy broke, posting an image of her and Boss hugging.
“I’m heartbroken,” she wrote on Instagram.
“tWitch was pure love and light-weight. He was my household, and I cherished him with all my coronary heart. I’ll miss him.”
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