Writer, Director, Author, former Journalist, and Television Personality has passed away. According to reports Jas Waters died toady 10 June 2020. The cause of her death is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.
Writer and adjunct professor of Journalism at Morehouse College, David Dennis Jr in a series of tweets via his twitter handle confirmed that Jas Waters is dead.
His tweets reads below “I met Jas Waters a couple of times and she was always incredibly nice. Her path was so inspirational to so many people. RIP”
HBO TV Writer, Ham Zimmer also penned down his tribute to the late Jas Water. In a series of tweets he wrote “Rest in power @JasFly. When I was surfing from air mattress to air mattress, your posts filled me with hope, confidence, knowledge and laughs. You were talented, open and inspired many. Thank you for sharing your light with us. #RestInPower #JasWaters”
Few Things You Need To Know About Jas Waters
Jas Waters is a Writer, Director, Author, former Journalist, and Television Personality. She is a writer on KIDDING (Showtime) and was previously staffed on THIS IS US (NBC.)
In 2013 Waters co-starred in the VH1 reality series GOSSIP GAME and the YouTube webseries JUMPOFF with over 1 million subscribers and 7 million views.
Waters spent 9 years working in Film Production and Television Development, on everything from Spiderman 1 & 2, Hardball, Save The Last Dance, MTV’s Real World, Barbershop 1 & 2 and the NBC’s ER. In 2007, Waters created her own entertainment blog, which ran for three years averaging 700,000 views a day and in 2012, Waters landed her own column in VIBE Magazine.