Two months after the death of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, his 14-year-old daughter is letting the world know how much she misses him. Returning to TikTok for the first time since losing her father, Weslie Boss shared a tribute to tWitch in a very sweet video.

@weslierenae83i miss u♬ Surf – Mac Miller

Weslie shared a video of herself on the app

Set to the song “Surf” by Mac Miller, Weslie shared a video of herself holding up her phone, and inside her phone case, we can see a photostrip that features photos of her with her dad.

“I miss u,” she captioned the video.


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So many people shared their support in the comments

More than 600 people commented to share their support for Weslie on her video, including former Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler, who wrote, “Beautiful girl sending you so much love.”

Weslie’s mom, Allison Holker, also commented, writing, “I love you babygirl. Always and forever.”


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Earlier this month, the family held a celebration of life for tWitch

Not only were Allison and their three children — Weslie, along with Maddox, 6, and Zaia, 3 — in attendance at tWitch’s memorial, but so were celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Loni Love, Debbie Allen, and Mickey Guyton.

“He was the light,” Allison said when she spoke at the event, according to People. “He chose love, grace, and kindness. And he deserves to be celebrated.”

Stephen died in December

In mid-December, TMZ was the first to report that tWitch had died by suicide at the age of 40. After Allison realized that he’d left home without his car and alerted police, his body was found at a hotel with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and he was pronounced dead after paramedics arrived.


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Their family seems to be sticking together during this tough time

What the family must be going through right now is unimaginable, but it seems like they’re all really leaning on one another for support.

It’s good to see Weslie back on TikTok during this incredibly difficult time for her, especially at such a young age.

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