Stephen "tWitch" Boss’ mother posts a tribute to her son.
Connie Boss Alexander took to her social media stories to share that she does not have words to express how she feels at the moment about her son’s sudden passing, but she did thank everyone who reached out to her and said that she is very grateful. Connie mentioned that she has not been in a position to reply to the kind messages and calls she has received, but people should know that she has seen them and that she will reach out once she feels better.
Stephen "tWitch" Boss’ mom asked everyone to keep their family in their prayers, addressing Stephen and saying that his mother loves him to eternity and beyond. She had written a sweet birthday post for her son back in September that she was scrolling through and realized that no amount of pictures is adequate to describe how proud she feels of him, adding that despite all of his professional accomplishments, what strikes her the most is what a beautiful man he had grown to be.
Connie added that from son and brother to husband and father, she could not have imagined a better journey for him. It was reported on Friday that Stephen "tWitch" Boss had left a suicide note in which he mentioned that he was unable to deal with some challenges in his life at the time, but no more information was shared about the note.
The toxicology reports for Stephen "tWitch" Boss are still pending, but the Los Angeles Medical Examiner-Coroner has stated that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and that there was no foul play.
Minzy, a former member of 2NE1, shared a post in which she stated that Stephen 'tWitch' Boss was her dance instructor when she was 14 years old and that she learned a lot from him. Minzy concluded her post by saying that people must always recognize his legacy and that it breaks her heart to hear the news. She also stated that he had been her hero.
Stephen's grandfather, Eddy Boss, recently told the Daily Mail that the dancer sent him a text message before committing suicide in which he expressed his love for him. Eddy, who traveled from Arizona to Los Angeles after learning of his grandson's untimely and tragic death, stated that he was still unsure if his grandson's death was a suicide attempt, despite officials confirming that his body was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Eddy went on to say that Stephen was a delightful individual who brought light into everybody's lives and made a significant contribution so much to the world and to everyone he met and that his family is devastated and will miss him greatly.
Stephen "tWitch" Boss is survived by his wife, Allison Holker, and their three children: Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia. Allison confirmed his death and shared a statement in which he stated that he valued his family, friends, and society more than anything else and lived his life with love and light.
If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.