An absurd and bizarre theory has gained traction on social media in the wake of Stephen “tWitch” Boss’s passing.

The DJ-choreographer, a regular on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” was well-liked by the cast and viewers.

It was revealed that the talk show DJ had died by suicide on Tuesday, December 13.

There are rumours that tWitch shot himself in the head in a hotel in Los Angeles. Although a suicide note was found close to his body, authorities insisted there was no proof of wrongdoing.

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According to TMZ’s copy of the note, it made mention of his previous issues. Confusing references to the problems he had been having were made in the letter.

Although sources tell The New York Post that there is no truth to any claims that he lost his life savings, it is unclear exactly what his problems were.

Many people on social media found it strange that two of Ellen DeGeneres’ friends passed away in the same year.

You might be aware that Anne Heche, Ellen’s ex-girlfriend, suffered burns and an inhalation injury in a car accident in early August. Her death was ruled an accident by the coroner for Los Angeles County.

Even though an investigation showed otherwise, several people blamed the disputed host for their deaths.

According to some, Ellen and the Illuminati allegedly caused Stephen Boss’s death.

Another person voiced their displeasure over tWitch’s suicide.

“Perhaps the Illuminati?”.

“Twitches’ death did not seem to be a suicide to me, but I assure you that I have no intention of believing in conspiracies. A different user tweeted, “Ellen is an intelligent being.

The deaths of Anne Heche, the ex-girlfriend of Ellen DeGeneres, and DJ, the executive producer (Twitch), happened just a few months apart, according to a fourth commenter. “.

The conspiracies were criticised by some people who felt that they were disrespectful for being advanced in the wake of tWitch’s untimely passing.

Instead of making irrational assumptions about whether Stephen Boss and Anne Heche were killed or sacrificed, the other side promoted mental health awareness.