die Stephen “tWitch” owner “Never seemed real,” his mother said after he was honored. 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday.
Connie Boss Alexander shares her reaction to the show’s memorial segment, which features late dancers and “ellen degeneres show“DJ Who Died at 40 in December.
“It will never look real,” Alexander wrote in a now-expired Instagram Story, along with a tribute image, According to E! News“I miss you! I love you to infinity and beyond. Keep shining for us!”
The image of Boss appears on the screen, while Quavo and the gospel choir Maverick City Music Performed “See You Again” and “Without You” by Wiz Khalifa, Released in honor of the Migos rapper his slain nephew, took off.
They were honored alongside music icons, including Loretta Lynn, curioFleetwood Mac Christine McVeigh and guitarist jeff baker show from Casey Musgraves, Shirley Crow, Bonnie Reiter and Mick Fleetwood.
Alexander has expressed his grief publicly since his son’s death, including Thank you “Family and Friends” Their “love, prayers and encouragement” a few days later.she Tribute to him again next weekand wrote another heartbreaking Instagram post in January.
“There are no words to describe the height of my love nor the depth of the loss of my first child,” she wrote“I am so grateful to God for the blessing and privilege of being his mother and… sharing his journey in life.”
boss Also remembered by peers in the entertainment industry and other prominent figures, including his former boss ellen degeneres, Justin Timberlake and michelle obama.
He leaves behind three children and his wife Alison Holkershe shared her grief two days after his suicide.
“It is with the heaviest heart to report that my husband Stephen has left us,” she told people“Steph lights up every room he steps into. He values family, friends and community above all else, and leading with love and light means everything to him.”
boss Participated in a photo of the limited edition clothing line Shortly before his death. Holker says When they first received the resulting images, they “brought tears to our eyes”. The boss was “moved by how they captured his true essence,” she said later.
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