By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star Lizzy Musi has announced that she is dealing with Stage 4 Breast Cancer. Musi and her fiancee Kye Kelley made the news public in a video shared on their YouTube channel.
Musi is the second Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star to announce they have cancer in recent weeks. Former Champion Mike Murillo previously announced he has cancer.
“I guess if you’re not near and dear to us, there have been some changes that have been affecting Lizzy’s life mainly and affecting my life,” Kye Kelley said at the beginning of the video. “It’s hitting us very hard. I believe God always gives his hardest battles to his strongest soldiers. I’ll help her through it but it’s not good. We’re going through some things right now. It’s not going to be easy. Lizzy plans to race as much as possible. I don’t see her racing a lot. I’m going to have to fly in and out because that’s how we keep our lights on at our house.”
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She said some women want to do this and two years ago, she said she began breast augmentation. It didn’t work out, she said, and she had to have a revision.
Musi said the doctor fixed her first situation. Then she had her second revision done last June. Then, about six months later, she said she noticed a marble-sized lump in her breast. She thought maybe it was scar tissue.
The doctor claimed to her that it would be OK. Then, she went for her annual visit earlier this year with her OBGYN, she told them that breast cancer is in her family.
She said her doctor did not do checkups on her side. This was right before they began filming for Street Outlaws vs. Australia as the teams made four stops in the Land Down Under for an upcoming TV show.
While in Australia, she said that the marble-sized issue was getting worse. This caused alarm and made her do more checkups once she came back to the United States.
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On a recent Monday, she got the toughest phone call of her life. She has 90% aggrressive cancer. She said that the breast cancer has moved to other parts of her body, including the liver.
As Musi battles her cancer, she is going to be limited at best, if at all, in competing in the upcoming Street Outlaws No Prep Kings tour. The new season of the popular TV show begins filming on June 2nd at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio.
The tour will make at least 15 visits around the country. The airing date has not been announced yet but it is expected to be in the fall on the Discovery Channel.
Musi was the first woman to win a Street Outlaws No Prep Kings event.
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