Celebrities took to Twitter Tuesday to remember the late Chris Farley on the 21st anniversary of the “Saturday Night Live” star’s death.

Stephen Colbert, Adam Sandler, David Spade and Chris Rock paid tribute to the comedian by sharing touching messages on social media.

Colbert shared, “Chris Farley and I started at Second City on the same day. You knew the minute you saw him on stage he was great. He was sweet and smart and funny. When I heard he had died, 21 years ago today, I fell to the ground. Rest In Peace.”

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His BFF Spade then shared a clip, alongside the caption: “21 years ago one of the greats died.”

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Rock posted a snap of the pair, with the message: “Missing my boy.”

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Missing my boy.

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Sandler, who was on “SNL” with Farley in the ’90s, tweeted about how much he missed the star. He also shared a tribute track he sang during his Netflix special “100% Fresh”.

Farley died after an accidental drug overdose at his apartment in Chicago.

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