Ever since the legendary Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss committed suicide people have been searching for answers as to what made him decide to take his own life. He was a guy who seemed very happy on the surface, which left many people shocked about what he was going through mentally. Recently actor Columbus Short suggested that it may have been a monetary situation that led to his death.
Did Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Commit Suicide After Losing His Life Savings in an Investment Scam? Columbus Short’s Conspiracy Theory Explained
As of now it still isn’t confirmed why Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss committed suicide. However, ‘Stomp the Yard’ actor Columbus Short seems to have reason to believe that losing his life savings was ultimately the cause. In a viral video posted on social media Columbus Short said, “People made investments, people do a lot of things… What if you invested in something that took your whole life savings, possibly?… It gets rough. You guys don’t know what people are going through. People are awful. tWitch was amazing, is amazing still, his legacy shall live on.” Take a listen.
It’s so crazy that back in November tWitch was trying to have another baby with Allison Holker Boss. If the investment scam conspiracy theory is true it must have happened really quickly.
How Many Suicide Deaths Occur Due to Financial Problems?
With the Columbus Short’s investment scam conspiracy theory about the reason Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss committed suicide trending a question some people may have is how often does something like this occurs for financial reasons? According to aspeninstitute.org each year about 16% of suicide deaths occur due to financial problems.
According to CDC suicide is one of the leading causes of death in America. Each year around 45,000 people die by suicide, which amounts to one suicide death every 11 minutes. Based on those stats around 7,200 people commit suicide each year in the United States due to financial struggles. Prayers up for tWitch’s family and friends.