We must break the sad news that Stephen “tWitch” Boss passed away at the age of 40. Stephen had a profound effect on everyone in his vicinity as a devoted husband, father, and friend.
Allison Holker Boss, Stephen’s wife, expressed her grief in a statement to PEOPLE. She stated, “I have to share that my husband Stephen has left us with the hardest of hearts.” “Stephen brought light into every space he entered.
Above all else, he valued his family, friends, and community. He believed that the best way to lead was to lead with love and light. He was our family’s rock, the best husband and father, and an example to his followers.
Stephen was a warm, caring person who always placed others before himself, according to many who knew him. He was well known for his contagious smile and upbeat demeanour, and he was always friendly and appreciative to people around him.
Stephen was a prominent dancer, choreographer, and television personality in addition to being a husband and parent.
He gained notoriety as a participant on the popular programme “So You Think You Can Dance” before going on to host “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and appear in the movie “Magic Mike XXL.”
Stephen never lost sight of what was genuinely important in life despite his many achievements. He was completely committed to his wife and kids, and he always had their best interests in mind. Allison discussed the legacy Stephen leaves behind in her message. To say he left a legacy would be an understatement, she added, adding that his beneficial influence would still be felt.
There won’t be a day that goes by that we don’t remember him, I’m positive of that. Please respect our need for privacy during this trying time for me and especially for our three kids.
Everyone who knew Stephen will miss him dearly, and his departure has left many people feeling empty within. His wife, kids, and everyone who loved him are in our prayers and in our hearts. Peace be upon him.
In addition to posting multiple images of tWitch on Instagram, Jennifer Lopez also expressed her appreciation for his vibrant spirit before wishing him and his family courage through this difficult time.
Lopez also reminded listeners that they may always call or text 988 for suicide or crisis hotline support if they are in need of assistance if they are feeling overwhelmed.