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‘Street Outlaws’ Star Lizzy Musi Dies at 33 from Breast Cancer

'Street Outlaws' Star Lizzy Musi Dies at 33 from Breast Cancer

Lizzy Musi, a star of Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings,” passed away on June 27 at her home in North Carolina after battling stage 4 triple-negative breast cancer. She was 33 years old.

Her father, fellow street racer Pat Musi, confirmed her death on Facebook, stating, “Surrounded by her family, in the comfort of her own home, Lizzy was called to heaven at 11:25 pm tonight. Thank you for all the prayers and support throughout her battle.”

Musi first announced her diagnosis on Instagram in April 2023, revealing that the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes and liver. Despite the challenging journey ahead, she expressed gratitude for the support from her fans.

Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is known for being particularly aggressive and fast-spreading, according to the American Cancer Society.

Throughout her treatment, Musi documented her experience on social media, sharing both her struggles and moments of strength. She continued to race and remained active in the racing community, making history as the first woman to win a Pro Nitrous national event at the Professional Drag Racers Association U.S. Drags in 2014 and the first female driver to win an event on “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings” in 2023.

Musi’s final Instagram post featured a photo of red roses in a hospital room, expressing gratitude for the flowers and sharing a moment of good news.

Lizzy Musi’s passing follows the deaths of other “Street Outlaws” stars, including Ryan Fellows and Chris Ellis. Fans have been paying tribute to her on social media, remembering her as a legend in the racing world.

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