Stephen 'tWitch' Boss' Daughter Shares Heartbreaking Video Following His Death
14-year-old Weslie Fowler spoke out for the first time since her dad's death in December 2022.
The oldest daughter of Stephen 'tWitch' Boss is honoring her dad just over two months after the beloved dancer and DJ passed away.
Weslie Fowler, the 14-year-old daughter of Allison Holker who was adopted by Boss in 2013, shared a message for her dad on TikTok this week, marking her first time back on the app since his death.
In the heartbreaking video—set to the tune of Mac Miller's "Surf"—Fowler films herself in the mirror, revealing the photos on the back of her phone case, which appeared to be a photo booth strip of the late Ellen show personality.
"I miss you," she wrote in the caption, which garnered plenty of love and support from her family, friends and followers. Among them was a comment from her mom and Boss' wife, Holker, who wrote, "I love you babygirl ❤️ always and forever."
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"Beautiful girl sending you so much love ❤️," wrote dancer and actress Maddie Ziegler.
One follower and presumably one of Fowler's friends also chimed in, writing, "he's watching over you love, I know it's hard i hope it gets better ❤️," to which she responded, "your words mean the world."
Fowler is one of three children survived by Boss, who also shared 6-year-old son Maddox and 3-year-old daughter Zaia with Holker. The 35-year-old mom confirmed the news of her husband's passing on Dec. 14, calling Boss "the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans."
Earlier this week, Holker spoke out to thank her friends and fans for their support in the wake of the tragedy, stating in an Instagram video, "It has been very challenging and emotional, but you guys have brought so much hope and inspiration to us by sharing stories and memories and moments and different ways that Stephen impacted your life."
"My family and I have always said that we wanted to make sure that our purpose was lived out by bringing joy to people, joy to people's homes, from dance or love," she also said in the heartfelt clip. "And that's not going to change for us. It's going to feel a little bit different, but we know that that's our purpose, and we'll still do that to this day. And I hope that we can remember the feeling he gave us and that we can still move from there."