Ellen DeGeneres continues to mourn the loss of late DJ and sidekick Stephen “DJ tWitch” Boss. Ellen returned to Twitter with a heartbreaking video. The talk show host, 64, said she is in “suffering” following his suicide on December 14 at the age of 40 while being filmed outside. “I just wanted to say that the past 11 days have been very tough for everyone.” She introduced herself in the outdoor-shot video that was uploaded to Twitter and Instagram on the morning of Friday, December 23.
What Ellen DeGeneres Expressed
On Friday, DeGeneres, 64, shared a teary video to social media in which she expressed a heart-touching message for Twitch Boss.
“Everyone is in pain and trying to make sense of it, and we’ll never make sense of it. The holidays are hard, I think, anyway, but to honor tWitch I think the best thing that we can do is to laugh, hug each other, play games and dance and sing. That’s the way we honor him, is we do the things that he loves to do, which is dancing.”
“Hug each other and tell each other we love each other and let people know we’re there for them and check in on people.”
“He loved music, he loved games, so we do that. And I know it seems hard, it seems impossible, but that’s how we honor him. So, happy holidays everybody. Yes, it’s not a happy holiday, but…”
Ellen Posted Fav Moments Of Twitch Boss
Since his passing, DeGeneres has shared videos of her favorite moments with the late actor on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She left a single red heart emoji in the caption of her Instagram post on Friday.
In one video, which was published on December 15, Boss showed DeGeneres how to dance before he took over as the show’s DJ.
“I love you tWitch and you know that much. We tell each other that every day when we say goodbye after the show, we both say we love you. He loves you very much and I say ‘Love you.’ And so he’s never going to be out of my life. He’s always a part of my life.”
Soon after hearing of his passing, Ellen first expressed her sorrow by sharing a photo of him on Instagram. “I’m devastated. She stated, tWitch was pure love and light. I loved him with all of my heart because he was my family.”
On December 14, Boss committed suicide. His wife Allison Holker Boss, 34, and their children Weslie, 14, Maddox, 6, and Zaia, 3 survive him.
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