Jas Waters, well-known for being an employee writer on “This Is Us” and “Kidding, has died”. The reason for her death has been disclosed for TV writer and Editor Jas Waters. On Thursday 9 June, Waters died by hanging. The appearance of death was suicide. Waters was 39. She was an amazing author and a force of nature. Waters’ inappropriate death was mourned by the “This Is Us writers” Twitter account on Wednesday (June 10).
The whole family of This IS Us was devastating to know about Jas Waters’s passing. This news took my breath away. Jas was an amazing person and we had so many memories together there are thousands of stories still left to tell about her, show creator Dan Fogelman tweeted. Waters, who flee by the informal title Jas Fly, was a broadcaster who frequently closed hip-hop music. She also addressed a column for Vibe, and she co-composer of a 2018 book.
Waters started her course in entertainment as a hip-hop broadcaster, writing for Vibe, in the middle of other advertisements. During the whole of her decade’s big career, she also has given her talents to the Taraji P. Henson–led film, What Women Want.
In addition, a Twitter account showing writers at NBC wrote, “The entire #ThisIsUs group was depressed to know about Jas Waters’ death. The group said she left us in our good time, Jas left her stain on us and ALL over the show. The prayers are out for Waters’s family and friends at this time. May her soul rest in peace.