After news broke Wednesday morning that Stephen “Twitch” Boss died by suicide, celebrities and artists paid tribute to the late dancer and “Ellen DeGeneres Show” DJ.

Posting a lengthy statement to Instagram, Questlove wrote, “I have no words man. May his family find resolution in this dark time. May we all find peace of mind in our everyday lives. Everyday is a winding road and you just may never know who is on the edge. A lot of us can’t process emotions & how to deal with it. I’ll admit yesterday was rotten and every minuscule occurrence of a Murphy’s Law nature sent me spiraling.”

Questlove continued, “Take time out for yourselves if you feel like you’re on the edge (I know most of us are confused when it comes to darker emotions like sadness and anger — both healthy to express but becomes problematic when your solution is to figure out how to get rid of the feelings that don’t feel good to you. Take time out for yourselves & sit in silence people. Time literally heals wounds. Rest in melody, Twitch.”

Loni Love, sharing video footage from Boss’ 40th birthday party, wrote, “A kind soul and a sweet person… that is how I will remember Twitch… This was his 40th birthday party… my heart goes out to his family especially Allison and their beautiful kids… this is devastating… I love you brother and will miss you dearly.”

In one of the videos, Boss says of entering a new decade, “I want to take everything that I experience, continue to turn it to love, continue to turn it to hope, continue to turn it to light. Move forward… connecting even more.”

Yvette Nicole Brown also took to Twitter, writing, “RIP Twitch, and we’re all so sorry for you and your kids, [Allison Holker]. So very sorry for this profound loss.”

Emmanuel Acho shared a video of him and Boss laughing and dancing backstage, writing, “You’ll be missed. Thanks for always laughing and smiling with me.”

DJ Pauly D shared on Twitter, “Damn this is sad news. Sending prayers to Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss’ family and friends. RIP Twitch.”

Tommy Chong also paid tribute to Boss, writing, “Sometimes the happiest looking people from the outside are struggling on the inside. RIP Twitch.”

Warner Bros. Television Group issued a statement on Boss’ death: “We are shocked and heartbroken by the tragic news of the passing of Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss. tWitch was a multi-faceted talent and integral part of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ and our Warner Bros. Television Group family. He had the ability to bring communities of people together each day to share in joy and laughter. Most importantly, he was a beloved friend, husband, and father. We extend our deepest condolences and sympathies to his family, friends, and fans.”

Fox Entertainment, 19 Entertainment and Dick Clark Productions also honored the late “So You Think You Can Dance” star: “We will always remember Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss for the light and joy he brought into our lives and into the hearts of so many. This tragic, painful loss of such a radiant, inimitable talent and beloved friend is immeasurable beyond words, and we grieve alongside his family, loved ones and fans. ‘Twitch,’ we will miss you dearly.”