Justin Timberlake heartfelt condolences

Depression is a silent assassin. Many people who have it suffer in silence before deciding that they can’t live with it any longer. The tragic death of well-known DJ Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, 40, who was a part of The Ellen DeGeneres Show from 2014 until its conclusion earlier this year, is yet another example of why we should pay attention to those around us and help them fight depression before it’s too late.

tWitch’s death was ruled a suicide, and many of his family and friends find it difficult to believe that someone who created such joyful music could be in such pain. One of those left devastated by tWitch’s death is singer Justin Timberlake, who has known the DJ for nearly two decades. Timberlake expressed his sorrow and urged everyone to be more caring and to look out for one another.

tWiche’s death shook the dance world to its core. He was an important part of it, and his choreography and dance routines are well-known around the world. Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss was well-liked by many people and spread joy wherever he went. Jojo Siwa, a co-judge on tWitch’s So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD), posted a touching tribute to his pal. “My heart has broken into a million pieces. Twitch was a fantastic mentor to me and many other members of our SYTYCD family.

I will never forget how much love and light he brought into my life. “He was like a wonderful older brother to me, always encouraging, teaching, giving sound advice, and making me laugh and smile no matter what. That is a one-of-a-kind and unusual friendship. We’ll all miss him terribly, but we can take comfort in knowing he’s now in a better place.” “Twitch’s wife and three lovely children have my heartfelt love and prayers.

We are all grateful for his enormous gift, which he shared with us; it would be wonderful to see him again someday (a joke between us that I would forever treasure). Rest assured, Dad, the world will continue to revolve without you. You are much loved, brother. “May you rest in peace, Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss.” Cheryl Burke, a Dancing With the Stars pro, was among those who paid tribute to this incredible man’s life and work, thanking tWitch for “always putting a smile on my face, being so enthusiastic and inspirational.”

Channing Tatum shared a photo of himself with tWitch and expressed his love for his late friend, saying it is beyond his intellect and heart to think that tWitch is no longer with us. Rest in peace, tWitch; you will be greatly missed and missed.

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