Street Outlaws Star Lizzy Musi Dies at 33 After Battling Breast Cancer

Lizzy Musi gained recognition in the drag racing scene through her role on Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings.

Lizzy Musi
Lizzy Musi passes away at the age of 33.

Lizzy Musi, a standout personality from the Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings series, has passed away at the age of 33 following a battle with breast cancer. Her father, Pat Musi, confirmed the news.

“Surrounded by her family, in the comfort of her own home, Lizzy was called to heaven at 11:25 pm tonight,” Pat wrote in a poignant June 27 Facebook post. “Thank you for all the prayers and support throughout her battle. At this time, the family would like to have time to process, grieve, and make arrangements in peace. We will give an update as soon as we have information to share.”

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Originally from North Carolina, Lizzy gained national recognition in the drag racing scene through her role on Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings, alongside her father.

In April 2023, Lizzy Musi revealed she had been diagnosed with stage four triple-negative breast cancer, which had spread to her liver and lymph nodes. Throughout her health journey, she openly shared updates with her fans.

“The month of APRIL marks a full year since I got diagnosed with Stage 4 Triple negative breast cancer,” she wrote in an April 11 Instagram post. “I am so very thankful to what this journey has actually taught me. I now know I have a purpose in life. I am grateful to keep going. GOD, my support of my family & friends and my knowledgeable doctors gives me the strength.”

Fans mourn Lizzy Musi’s death

Following the announcement of her passing, fans expressed their condolences on social media.

“Rest easy Lizzy. You put up a hell of a fight girl,” one user commented, while another added, “Godspeed Lizzy, say hello to all the racers who watch amongst us. Keeping your family in our thoughts.”

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Fellow Street Outlaws drivers Sean “Farmtruck” Whitley and AZN also shared their grief.

“We are at a loss of words,” they wrote in a joint Instagram post. “The racing world and the Street Outlaws family lost one of the great ones today. May you rest in peace Lizzy.”

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