Channing Tatum mourns the death of Stephen “Twitch” Boss

Channing Tatum mourns the death of Stephen “Twitch” Boss

Hollywood star Channing Tatum, 42, is in great grief after Steven “Twitch” Boss has passed away.

Tatum posted a picture of him and his “tWitch” on Instagram. Tatum wrote under the photo that he could not understand what had happened.

– I have no words. There are no words. Neither my head nor my heart can understand this actor.

– There are so many… I don’t know where to start. I love you. I will see you again my friend. until that time.

tWitch has just turned 40 years old. He recently celebrated his ninth wedding anniversary with his wife, Alison Holker. Together they have three children.

Tatum and Boss starred in Magic Mike XXL.

tWitch first became famous with the American dance show “So You Think You Can Dance”, but he is best known as the DJ on “The Ellen DeGeneres show”.

Justin Timberlake (41) also took to Instagram to pay tribute to “tWitch.”

The song “Cry for Me a River” says that they have known each other for over 20 years. They must have become known through the dance environment.

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It is sad to hear that someone who brought so much joy was in so much pain behind closed doors. It all lit up,” Timberlake wrote on his Instagram story.

You never know what someone is really going through.

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