DJ AM's untimely death has left the music community stunned. Many of the DJ's friends and fans have taken to Twitter to remember the late 36-year-old, as many questions still remain unanswered about his death.
Paris Hilton, who was good friends with AM's former fiancée Nicole Richie, remembered him as "one of the kindest, funniest and most talented men I have ever met." "Adam and I were friends since I was 15. RIP AM, I love you and you are already missed so much. My heart and prayers go out to his family and close friends. God bless."
Diddy tweeted, "DJ AM Rest In Peace," while Diddy's former "Making the Band" star Aubrey O'Day wrote, "RIP DJAM, life can be so short. I hope you all spend your days feeling blessed and positive! xoxo. Love you guys!"
Fellow celebrity DJ Samantha Ronson, still stunned by the news, wrote, "Waiting for someone to say this isn't true." Addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky wrote on Twitter, "R.I.P. DJ AM. I lack the words to describe my feelings."
Meanwhile, Disney star Demi Lovato is praying for AM's family. "R.I.P. DJ AM .... So sad ... praying for his loved ones."
Pro skater Tony Hawk not only expressed his grief over the loss, but also extended his sympathies to AM's collaborator and friend Travis Barker. "Not everything happens for a reason. Thinking of you, @trvsbrkr. Stay strong."
DJ Skee recalled how much DJ AM changed the game for his fellow spinners. "AM not only helped take DJing to a new frontier as the first true mainstream celebrity DJ," he said in a statement. "He opened the doors for me and many others by taking DJing as a culture, business and lifestyle to the next level. I send my deepest thoughts and condolences to his family."