By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Street Outlaws stars Kye Kelley and Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day have been talking trash leading up to their grudge race. Kelley got the bragging rights on this night.
Kelley won the $5,000 grudge race at Memphis International Raceway in Millington, Tennessee. This was supposed to be the final event at the facility.
The Mississippi Street Outlaws star said that he was going to give JJ the back tire if he went off the Christmas tree. However, according to the video, it is not clear if Day received the advantage.
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Kelley won by a gap. The Memphis Street Outlaws leader was competing in Hummingbird against Kelley’s Show Stopper.
Kelley said he did not care what car JJ DaBoss used against him.
“Man, I had to jump on here because I had to get something off my chest,” Kelley said in a Facebook Live stream. “I didn’t even know them country a** Memphis people had WIFI where they live but apparently, JJ DaBoss done figured out WIFI and found the Facebook LIVE button and called me ‘Cry Kelley.’ One thing about me is Kye don’t cry. Just because my name rhymes with cry, it is what it is. People think they’re comedians. There’s a lot of comedians without jobs.
“But hey, I’ll take that. One thing JJ ain’t gonna do is make me cry. I’m damn sure not a sissy. It doesn’t matter if he rubs ZipTie 4.0, 6.0, 8.0; however many ZipTie’s he’s got, Hummingbird 3.0, 4.0, 5.0… I don’t give a damn. You can add all those cars together and they cant whip Show Stopper.”
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This was the two drivers’ first race since competing against each other on Street Outlaws America’s List. Day got the win over Kelley, who had to put his Street Outlaws No Prep Kings car on the street after Shocker was involved in an accident before the filming.
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