We regret to inform you of the passing of Stephen “tWitch” Boss at the age of 40. Stephen was a cherished husband, father, and friend, and his influence on those who knew him was tremendous.

Allison Holker Boss, Stephen’s wife, expressed her grief in a statement. “It is with heavy hearts that I inform you that my husband Stephen has left us,” she stated. “Stephen brightened every room he entered.”

“Above all, he treasured family, friends, and community, and leading with love and light was everything to him. He was our family’s rock, the best husband and father, and an example to his fans.”

Those who knew Stephen remember him as a friendly and caring individual who always put others first. He was known for his contagious smile and upbeat demeanor, and he always made everyone around him feel welcome and valued. Stephen was a prominent dancer, choreographer, and television personality in addition to being a husband and parent.

He rose to fame as a participant on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance,” and went on to host “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and act in the film “Magic Mike XXL.”

Despite his many achievements, Stephen never lost sight of what was truly important in life. He was devoted to his wife and children and prioritized their well-being above all else. Allison remarked about the legacy Stephen leaves behind in her message. “To say he left a legacy is an understatement, and his positive impact will be remembered for a long time,” she said.

“I am confident that we will never forget him. We request privacy during this tough time for myself and our three children.”

Stephen will be sorely missed by everybody who knew him, and his death will leave a void in many people’s hearts. Our hearts go out to his wife, children, and everyone who knew and loved him. May his soul rest in peace.

Jennifer Lopez also posted several photos of tWitch on Instagram, expressing her appreciation for his vibrant spirit and wishing him and his family courage during this difficult time.

Furthermore, Lopez reminded everyone that if they are feeling overwhelmed, they can seek help because there is always someone waiting to help – just call or text 988 for suicide or crisis hotline support.