Celebrities honour the memory of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss in touching tributes
Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, commonly known as DJ Lucky The Ellen DeGeneres ShowHe died as a result of being shot.
Her body was found in a budget motel a 14-minute walk from her home in Los Angeles. So you think you can dance? Alum was examined the day before his death.
The boss started deejaying on The Ellen Show in 2014 and remained in the series until its end in 2022. Ellen DeGeneres made her an executive producer on the series in 2020.
Her career in show business began in 2008 when she was runner-up. So you think you can dance? After landing the role of Ellen, Bass began hosting and appearing at events Magic Mike XXL, via The sixth page
The president’s wife, Alison Holker, announced the sad news in a statement. Alison, 34, said: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to share that my husband Stephen has left us.” “Steven lit up any room he walked into. He valued family, friends and community above all else and leading with love and light was everything to him. He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father and It was his inspiration. The fans.”
Tribute to friends and colleagues who had the pleasure of getting to know the professional dancer:
He worked with Boss dance world He shared several photos with her on Instagram.
“Twitch was a beautiful light and soul… [broken heart emoji] Shocked and deeply saddened. My heart goes out to @sir_twitch_alot, his wife and kids [hands in prayer] Sending you love and strength [white heart]” He wrote.
He was friends with Bass for more than 20 years and tweeted: “It’s so sad to hear that someone who brought so much joy to a room is hurting so much behind closed doors. I’ve been on Twitch for over 20 years. dance community – he always brightened things up.
She added: “Take care. Love that man in the mirror. Check in on your people. Send light to his beautiful family in this dark and confusing time. You will be missed, sir. Rest in peace.”
Jada Pinkett Smith
He wrote a heartfelt note: “Woke up this morning to the news of tWitch’s passing. My heart goes out to his wife Alison and their children Weslie, Maddox and Zaia.” she wrote alongside a photo of the pair with Donald Glover.
He continued: “My condolences to all his loved ones who have passed on. We had a great time on the set of Magic Mike.” “She was so sweet, kind and generous. So many people suffer in silence. I wish she knew she didn’t have to. May her beautiful and bright soul rest in the arms of the Most High. She has the power to heal the broken hearts of her loved ones.”
he tweeted. Twitch brought joy and love to people around the world through music and dance. Today my heart is heavy for his family and all who knew and loved him.
She uploaded a video of the pair dancing together on the set of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and wrote: “I’m so saddened to hear that you’re no longer with us.”
Posting a video of them dancing together, Snoop Dogg wrote: “RIP Twitch. Save a dance for me.”