Kris Jenner Is 'Heartbroken' While Mourning Loss Of 'tWitch': 'Truly Special'

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Kris Jenner has delivered a touching tribute in honor of her "truly special" friend, deceased Stephen "tWitch" Boss following reports of his death at the age of 40. The reality star, producer, and mother to the KarJenner clan posted to Instagram this week to honor The Ellen Show face, who died from an apparent suicide. Kris told her followers that she is "heartbroken" over the loss - the 67-year-old shared a photo of tWitch while also saying that she felt gratitude for having had time with him on the series hosted by Ellen DeGeneres.

'Heartbroken' After News

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In a post now topping 450,000 likes, The Kardashians star wrote:

"My heart is heavy today. tWitch brought so much laughter and joy to so many people and I am so grateful and blessed to have had the time with him on the Ellen Show that I did. He was always so kind and amazing." She added:

"Truly a special soul. I am heartbroken, and my heart goes out to his beautiful wife, Alison, and their children Weslie, Maddox and Zaia. I am praying for you all and sending my love. 💔"

Celebrity Response

Kris' 51 million followers are now flooding the comments section with love - celebrities included. Liking the post were model Carmen Electra, reality star Kyle Richards, and WWE face CJ Perry. One user replied: "Heart Broken 💔 😔 To whoever is reading this, The world is so much better with you in it. I love you ♥️." Also replying was a fan writing:

"It's often the people that are so happy on the outside that suffer on the inside. Very sad for his family."

Found Dead In Motel

tWitch was found dead in a room at the Oak Tree Motel in Los Angeles - the motel is located a 15-minute walk from his L.A. home. He had just celebrated his ninth wedding anniversary with wife Allison Holker. tWitch is said to have shared final words with his 84-year-old grandfather prior to his passing. He is best known for having worked as a DJ and executive producer on The Ellen Show from 2014 until the series was canceled.

Fans Say Rest In Peace

Fans are clearly sending all the love they can. "So sad May he rest in peace and sending blessings and prayers to his family," one user wrote. tWitch's grandfather says that were no "signs" that his grandson was going through difficulties when they spoke.