After The Ellen DeGeneres Show DJ passed away at the age of 40, Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ mother Connie Boss Alexander thanked her loved ones for their support in a recent social media post.
Connie Boss Alexander thanked both friends and total strangers in an Instagram Story she shared on December 15 for their support during an existing situation. I value all of the love, good wishes, and support from my relatives and friends, she retorted. Know that I have access to all calls, texts, posts, and messages. I’m at a loss for words at the moment. I’ll contact you back as early as I can.
Before addressing her son, Connie urged with everyone to “please keep them in prayer.” She stated, “Your mother loves you to eternity and beyond, Stephen Laurel.” One day after Stephen’s wife of nine years, Allison Holker, announced her husband’s passing, Connie sent him a message.
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In a statement to E! News on December 14, Allison said, “It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to share my husband Stephen has left us.” “Stephen brought light into every space he entered. Above everything else, he valued his society, family, and friendships. He thought that the finest way to lead was to do so in light and love.
At the age of 40, Stephen tWitch Boss took his own life on Tuesday. Boss’ wife, professional “Dancing with the Stars” dancer Allison Holker, announced his passing in a statement on December 14.The seemingly enthusiastic Boss passed away on Monday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The well-known former “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” DJ was discovered in a motel close to the Encino residence he shared with his wife, professional dancer Allison Holker, and his three children: Zaia, age 3, Maddox, age 6, and Weslie, age 14, Holker’s adopted daughter from a previous relationship.
His wife reflected on his legacy and clearly explained the kind of person Boss was in a statement to PEOPLE on Wednesday. “Stephen brightened every place he entered. He believed that the best way to serve was to lead with love and light. He was the pillar of our family, the perfect man and father, as well as an inspiration to his followers.
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After participating in several reality competitions, such as So You Think You Can Dance, Boss gained success in a number of different entertainment-related fields. His participation with The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he first worked as a DJ and later as co-executive producer, is his major claim to fame.
Stars including Jennifer Lopez, Ciara, Kerry Washington, Michelle Obama, Jada Pinkett Smith, JoJo Siwa, and Cheryl Burke paid him moving tributes after his demise. On social media, Boss’s peers from Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance paid respect to him.
He was “extremely nice, compassionate, and generous,” Pinkett Smith said. “So many people endure suffering in secret. He didn’t have to, and I wish he had realised that. May the Great Supreme hold his radiant, beautiful soul in His arms, and may the same Greater Power mend the broken hearts of his loved ones.”
The mother, Connie Boss Alexander of the former “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant recently celebrated her son’s 40th birthday and spoke of her “pleasure and joy” for him. She commented on September 29 along with a slideshow of images of Boss and his family, “All the professional triumphs aside, what strikes me more is the guy you have become…from a son and brother, to a husband and father.” “I couldn’t have asked for a better time. Not always simple, but the result is everything!