Columbus Short Alludes Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Committed Suicide Due To Losing A Substantial Amount Of Money In Bad Business Deal: What If You Invested Something That Took Your Whole Life Savings
Actor Columbus Short seems to know something the people don’t regarding the shocking suicide of famed D.J. tWitch.
As previously reported, Stephen “tWitch” Boss took his life earlier this week while alone in a motel room. While authorities are still investigating the nature of his suicide, it seems “Stomp The Yard” star Columbus Short has his own theories as to what led to the entertainer’s tragic death.
Short, 40, took to Instagram earlier today (Thursday, December 15th) and stated:
“R.I.P. Twitch…you guys don’t know what people are going through…People made investments, people do a lot of things, this is just a theory”
“People are awful….Twitch was amazing, is amazing still, his legacy shall live on. But…what if you invested something that took your whole life savings…It gets rough….I don’t want to speak too much on that but what I will speak to, Tracy Christian, still haven’t given me my money – and this is what I’m talking about.”
Columbus Short posted a video insinuating tWitch may have ended his life as a result of losing his life savings. pic.twitter.com/lduwvZ6amV
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A couple of days ago, Short reposted to his Twitter feed an article of him speaking on Tracy Christian. Apparently, Christian is a talent agent who owns Hollywood’s only Black agency. According to a report from earlier this year, the agent/producer is seeking to expand her business. However, it is unclear what exactly her relationship is with Short or tWitch, or even the validity of if they ever had one.
It seems Short, however, is hell-bent on collecting some kind of funds from Christian he feels is owed to him. Continuing to address her in the video, he said:
“Because you got caught up you couldn’t pay me my money?…I do not trust you Tracy Christian and I’m not gone kill myself I promise you that, so pay me my money.”
What are your thoughts on Columbus Shorts’ “theories?” Leave them in the comments!