Weslie posed in front of a mirror, and the video showed a photo strip with images of the adolescent and her father inside her phone case.
The daughter of Stephen 'tWitch' Boss subtly came back to social media with an emotional tribute to her father. 14-year-old Weslie Fowler opened up on a TikTok video about missing her dad, per PEOPLE. She posed in front of a mirror, and the video showed a photo strip with images of the adolescent and her father inside Weslie's phone case. She changed her facial expressions as Surf by Mac Miller plays in the backdrop. The 14-year-old captioned the 13-second clip, "I miss u".
Her mom Allison Holker Boss was one of those who wished her well, leaving a comment that said, "I love you baby girl. always and forever."
Boss died by suicide in December, and Holker, Boss' wife and a professional dancer, earlier confirmed his passing in a statement. Since then, she has also shared a number of heartfelt tributes to him on social media. Holker in particular celebrated the kind of father 'tWitch' was. In a PEOPLE interview, Holker referred to Boss as the "anchor" of their five-person family and complimented him for being an "amazing, supportive husband."
She said of Boss at the time, "I'm very grateful to have the amazing, supportive husband that I do because he just honestly jumps in at any moment to help." She added, "I just feel like I'm very, very, very blessed to have that kind of husband," added Holker Boss. "He's my support system and our anchor for our family, for sure."
The pair, who got married in December 2013, also has two other children, Zaia, 3, and Maddox, 6. Similar sentiments were expressed by Allison when she told PEOPLE about her husband's sad death, calling him the "backbone of our family." In the statement she said, "Stephen lit up every room he stepped into. He valued family, friends, and community above all else, and leading with love and the light was everything to him. He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans."
The former DJ for the Ellen DeGeneres Show discussed his role as a parent in a joint interview with PEOPLE in March 2020, saying he aimed to be a "strong support system" for his three kids. "For me, fatherhood means being open and understanding my kids and being a strong support system for whatever they need, whether it's my son or my daughters," he said.
"With that being said, it's just a matter of being open and listening and making sure that I'm paying attention to them — paying attention to what I need to protect them from the world and that kind of thing.
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