And therein lies the 'problem' with TTV. They started the podcast as friends, and it slowly morphed into a multimedia company, and so they went from being friends to being friends AND business partners.
If this were simply a business, then I'd want a full written statement with a step-by-step of what went wrong. If this were some large company (say Disney or Apple or Microsoft) and they let one of their big honchos go, then they would most likely say "here's what happened, here's why we disagree with this person, and here's why we let them go", because that person would have been a co-worker first (most likely). With TTV, whatever happened behind the scenes sounded like it was the friendship that deteriorated first. Something obviously happened BTS that made the friendships start to crack, and that unfortunately bled into the business.
Because of this, TTV has to either stay private because of the private thing that happened, or go full on corporate mode and be cold and unfeeling. It's like seeing two friends that had been dating break up. Because of human nature, we're immediately intrigued and want to know what happened. They'll either want to talk about it, or want to keep it private because it was something between the two of them that needs to stay between the two of them.
While we may want to know everything that happened, now isn't the best time to know what happened, and it may never be good to know what happened. Friends drifting apart isn't ever fun. I've been going through that lately myself, and can fully understand why TTV wants to keep this private for at least now or forever.