Todrick Hall should not imply that the drama “Ellen” led to the death of the “witch”.
Todrick Hall according to you should go about your business Stephen “twitch” boss friends.
The social media star recently gave her two cents on what may have contributed to tWitch’s mental state before she took her own life.
The former Ellen Show DJ died in December 2022 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
Todrick slammed for saying ‘Ellen Show’ drama played on suicide
He was only 40 years old when he died.
Hall suggested that Ellen DeGeneres’ toxic workplace scandal in 2020 may have led to tWitch’s deteriorating mental health and eventual suicide.
Several anonymous employees have come forward and accused The Ellen Show of enabling a culture of “racism, fear and intimidation.”
As you can imagine, the toxic workplace allegations spread like wildfire online, with many coming after the tWitch for standing by DeGeneres.
Hall made a witch-faced backlash over the 2020 Ellen Show scandal
“People were looking at why are you still supporting this woman, and I think there was a lot of pressure on him,” Hall said. “I don’t know what happened in his life that (could) make him make that decision but I understand.”
However, those closest to the late DJ tell Hall to “CLAM UP!”
Based on reportssources close to tWitch say it’s extremely irresponsible, negligent and self-serving for the reality TV star to assume she knows what led to the DJ’s death.
Remember, Hall made these comments while promoting his new show, “The Real Friends of WeHo.”
Witch’s friend finds it extremely unfortunate that she made these comments promoting herself and her new TV show.
The witch’s friends were shocked by Todrick’s comments
TMZ learned that the former “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant loved her time on the hit daytime talk show and had a lot of respect for DeGeneres and her staff.
The comedian even made him a co-executive producer in the last season.
tWitch left behind a suicide note that hinted at past struggles and challenges, but the full extent of the note is still unknown.
DeGeneres has spoken out several times after the death of her co-worker and dear friend.
Just before the holidays, she released an emotional video honoring tWitch.
“Hey everyone, um, I just wanted to say that the last 11 days have been really tough for everyone. Everyone is in pain and we try to understand and we will never understand,” he admitted.
“I think the holidays are hard anyway. But in honor of tWitch, I think the best thing we can do is laugh, hug, play, dance and sing,” Ellen said. “The way we honor him is by doing what he loved, which is dance. He LOVED the music, he loved the games, so this is what we do.”
tWtich joined “The Ellen Show” in 2014 and was on the show until its last episode in 2022.
In 2020, Ellen promoted tWitch to executive producer of her long-running daytime talk show.
He went on to talk about how the grieving process went.
“And I know it seems difficult, impossible. But that’s how we honor him and hug each other and tell each other we love each other and let people know we’re there for them and check in on people,” he added. “So happy holidays everyone, and I know it’s not a happy holiday, but he was pure light, as everyone in the comments said.”
Ellen ended her message by telling her fans again, “Let’s honor her, think of her, and send each other love.”