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Street Outlaws star JJ Da Boss involved in an accident

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws Memphis leader JJ Da Boss (Jonathan Day) was involved in an accident last night. Precious Cooper, who normally handles his social media, posted an update.

According to his Facebook page, they were racing at an undisclosed location. Then, on the way home, it appears, the accident happened.

Memphis Street Outlaws driver Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day has an accident following filming of the hit TV show
Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day has an accident following filming of the hit TV show (Photo by Memphis Street Racer JJ DaBoss/Facebook)

“Alright guys, on the way home last night/mornin, JJ had a wreck leaving from the set!,” the Facebook post said. “He’s just been released from the hospital. No life-threatening injuries just a broke hand, cuts n tires, and bruises! Can’t say the same for Ole Heavy n Heifer! It’s going to be a LONG journey getting them both back into the streets! The road to recovery has already begun on Ole Heavy, Heifer is going to be a lot more of a task due to more work! Heifer is gonna need some extensive chassis and bodywork. We’re just thankful it wasn’t worse than what it was and we still have our JJdaBoss!!!”

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It’ll be interesting to see now with this accident if it’ll affect the upcoming Street Outlaws Memphis show that the Discovery Channel will be airing in the coming months. If they were actually filming, it may cause a halt to the show for the time being.

In addition, this is the second known crash involving a Street Outlaws Memphis cast member. Mustang Mike, as he’s known, aka Mike Gage, was also involved in an accident, a racing one, where he messed up his Mustang.

This accident with Mustang Mike will reportedly be on the first episode of the upcoming Street Outlaws Oklahoma City show. It’s not clear who was racing when the accident happened involving Mustang Mike.

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“Mustang Mike” Gage has already secured his second car after “Unpredictable” was destroyed in the July 30th crash. We do not know if this new car will look similar to the old one.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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