The entertainment world is in shock after the tragedy Dancer and DJ Stephen “Twitch” Boss passes away. The celebrity was found at a hotel on December 13 and reportedly died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 40. I pay tribute to the boss, including a number of people he became close to through the dance community. This is how pop star Justin Timberlake first became acquainted with the Boss in over 20 years, and as details continue to emerge about what happened, the ex-boy has shared his own thoughts on the death of his longtime friend.
Justin Timberlake echoed the thoughts of many when he mentioned the energetic dancer — who was often seen on social media, doing dance routines with his wife, Alison Holker Boss, and their kids and friends — saying you never know what’s going on in someone’s head. he is chirp:
Stephen Boss will likely be remembered for his big smile and positive energy that he seemed to bring into every room. The artist got his start working as a contestant on the fourth season of If you think you can danceLater Serves as a judge in Season 17. It has also appeared in a few Step up sequel and paired her with Channing Tatum in Magic Mike XXL. However, many knew what tWitch is Beloved DJ The Ellen DeGeneres Showwhich he joined in 2014, Share some emotional thoughts At the end of the talk show.
Justin Timberlake wrote a separate letter to Witch’s wife and three children — Wesley, 14, Maddox, 6, and Zaya, 3 — as well as all of his fans, urging them to love themselves, Twitter:
Details continue to emerge about the discovery of Stephen Boss’ body in a motel room on Dec. 13. ET It reported that Bose checked into the Oak Tree Inn in Encino, California, on December 12. That was when his body was found.
Officers determined the gunshot wound was “self-inflicted,” saying there were no signs of foul play, and turned the case over to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.
Earlier, Alison Holker Boss reported the loss of her husband, with TMZ Saying that she insisted it was uncharacteristic for him to disappear in such a way. She said no argument and no issue. He just left the house and didn’t return her calls. It appears that law enforcement returned to the family’s home—which was less than a mile from the Oak Tree Inn—to check the property for any clues to his whereabouts, and soon after the call arrived from the hotel.
This is undoubtedly a devastating time for tWitch’s friends and family. Our thoughts continue to wonder about Allison Holker Boss and her three children, as well as everyone else affected by the Witch’s tragic death. If you or someone you know is considering suicide, you can find resources at American Foundation for Suicide Prevention website, or by calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255, or calling 988.