Allison Holker posted an emotional tribute to her late husband, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, on Friday — just three weeks after the dancer died by suicide.
“To my husband, best friend, babe, Chee-chalker, Superman and father of my children I LOVE YOU FOREVER and ALWAYS!” Holker wrote on Instagram alongside a video montage set to Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up.”
“We will forever remember you as the true beacon of light that you were and we will continue to cast your light and love throughout the world,” she continued. “Thank you for our incredible memories and our beautiful life shared together.”
The video featured photos of the former “Ellen” DJ with his wife and their three children — Weslie, 14, Maddox, 6, and Zaia, 3.
The snaps spanned from the beginning of Holker and Boss’s relationship in 2012 to pictures taken just before the DJ died.
Her tribute comes just two days after Boss’ family held a private funeral for the dancer.
Sources told TMZ that the dancer was laid to rest Wednesday surrounded by his closest relatives. Another service will be held in the coming weeks to include his closest friends and extended family.
This is the second time Holker has spoken out on social media since the professional dancer — whom she wed in 2013 — took his life via a gunshot wound to the head.
Nearly one week after her husband’s passing, the “So You Think You Can Dance” alum said her “heart aches” from the pain.
“My ONE and ONLY Oh how my heart aches. We miss you so much,” she captioned a selfie of the pair.
Dozens of other celebrities and some of Boss’ closest friends — including Ellen Degeneres — also turned to social media to share their sadness.
Last week, the former talk show host posted an emotional video to Instagram, saying she will “never make sense” of Boss’s death.
“But I think the best thing we can do to honor tWitch is to laugh, and hug each other and to play games and dance and sing. That’s the way we honor him … we do the things he loved to do.”
Boss was found dead in a Los Angeles motel room near his home in California at the age of 40. Authorities also found a suicide note which alluded to previous struggles but its exact contents have not been released.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call or text the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988.