We’re still in shock.

As we previously reported, actress and YouTube sensation Stevie Ryan died on Saturday (July 1) as she seemingly killed herself via hanging. She was only 33.

The industry vet first broke onto the scene thanks to her YouTube series Little Loca and then later transitioned into doing celebrity parodies on the video platform. Ryan eventually took her talents to the small screen as she had a short lived TV series with VH1 and also served as a cohost for Brody Jenner‘s chat show, Sex with Brody.

So it’s no wonder countless people are now flocking to Twitter to pay tribute to the late starlet — including Teen Mom 2‘s Jenelle Evans, comedian David Alan Grier, Trisha Paytas, and more.

Be sure to take a look at their heartfelt notes for yourself (below).

(Note: Evans has since deleted her post from Twitter after many followers called out the reality TV star’s longstanding feud with Ryan.)

I am devastated, my heart is broken…rest n peace Stevie Ryan
— David Alan Grier (@davidalangrier) July 3, 2017

woah. just heard about Stevie Ryan. so fucking sad. she was so beautiful and funny but also so freakin kind whenever I saw her <3
— Trisha Paytas (@trishapaytas) July 3, 2017

I’m so sad to hear about @StevieRyan I just talked to her about battling depression & she told me how proud she was of @CatelynnLowell 😔#RIP
— Tyler Baltierra (@TylerBaltierra) July 3, 2017

.@StevieRyan gave me my first TV writing job. A great talent and human being, gone too soon. ❤️
— Adam Conover (@adamconover) July 3, 2017

Love you @StevieRyan. A true original and way ahead of your time. Thank you for always being so kind to me. ❤ https://t.co/qbqlRrWnBR
— Michael Buckley (@buckhollywood) July 3, 2017

Please be respectful during this sensitive time. @StevieRyan’s fans, friends & family know what an amazing human she is. She’s deeply missed
— Jessicka Addams (@Jessicka) July 3, 2017

.@StevieRyan A true friend, acting, writing, & producing talent. A great comedic mind & satirical genius in a male dominated industry. 💋
— Jessicka Addams (@Jessicka) July 3, 2017

Stevie Ryan is no longer with us. I love her very deeply and I regret every moment I didn’t spend with her. pic.twitter.com/Xt0yt146OS
— Benji Aflalo (@benjiaflalo) July 3, 2017

Rest in peace, Stevie.