Jennifer Aniston expressed her sorrow on social media following the death of her friend and colleague, Stephen “tWitch” Boss. She shared a video clip of them embracing in a heartfelt statement expressing her loss upon his death at 40.
He provided “unconditional love and genuine delight” to the world with his presence, the actress said, and she wished him peace in his final resting place.
The coroner’s office concluded that tWitch committed suicide on Tuesday, December 13th, and so closed the case file. The late entertainer was most known for his appearances on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and as a DJ on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ both of which have proven hugely famous among audiences worldwide.