Nigerian on-air personality, Oladotun Ojuolape Kayode better known as Do2dtun, has reacted to the death of American dancer, Stephen “Twitch” Boss.
Stephen, who is said to have a lively and jovial personality, committed suicide on Tuesday, December 13, and news of his death broke on the internet on Wednesday.
The 40-year-old reportedly shot himself dead in his hotel room, and his corpse was found in the bathroom by a cleaner after he missed his checkout time.
Stephen rose to popularity after he emerged as the first runner-up on “So You Think You Can Dance”, and became the official Disc Jockey of Ellen Degeneres show.
Reacting to the sad news of his death, Dotun took to his Instagram page to wonder if nobody saw signs that Stephen was battling with mental health issues because suicidal people always show signs.
He further described Stephen’s death as strange because he always looked so happy.
“This Twitch’s death is very sad & rare. there are always signs if there is a case of mental health. What was he doing differently? What were the signs he showed? Any triggers? How come most people didn’t notice a thing? It doesn’t just sit right with me. #RIPTwitch
Most creatives with mental health issues often drop hints especially through their Art. There is just something I feel might have led to it. It’s necessary to check what led to so it’s easier to help someone else. This is just strange. He looked like he was so happy #RIPTwitch”