According to one theory, Stephen “tWitch” Boss had a major problem before he died.

Since then, authorities have confirmed that tWitch died as a consequence of a headshot on Tuesday. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, at 11:20 a.m. local time, a call for a “ambulance death investigation” was issued.

The results of his formal autopsy were made public a day after personnel at the Oak Tree Inn in Encino, California, discovered him inside his room’s bathroom.

A suicide note written by tWitch was also recovered in the small luggage with which he checked in.

Despite the fact that the matter has been resolved, “Stomp the Yard” actor Columbus Short made news when he disclosed a thought regarding tWitch’s passing.

In a video that a Twitter user posted, Boss’ former co-star claimed that the late DJ had likely spent all of his life savings in something.

This is just a hypothesis; individuals invest and do a lot of things, according to Short. “What if your investment demanded your entire life savings? The going gets difficult.”

People don’t always comprehend what others are going through, he continued. Despite the fact that the world has lost tWitch, the 40-year-old actor believed that the late DJ from “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” will leave a lasting impression.

Short’s close buddy refuted the charges when he voiced his feelings about Boss’ death.

According to the insider, Short’s baseless theory “has absolutely no truth.”

The suicide note that was purportedly recovered in his rucksack had some unspecific references to the issues he had been having. The “So You Think You Can Dance” veteran wasn’t in financial trouble, according to detectives, who wouldn’t specify what tWitch wrote.

Those who last saw him, on the other hand, did not see any signs of alarm. The personnel at the motel reported that when he arrived at the inn, they were unaware of any indicators that he was in difficulty.

Eddy, tWitch’s grandfather, showed a similar emotion in his parting words to him.

“He remained the same optimistic individual he had always been. We had no reason to assume anything was out of the ordinary,” stated the 84-year-old. “He was a truly lovely and modest man. He brightened everyone’s day.”