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STREET OUTLAWS Kye Kelley denies being racist after Rickey Toney & Smoke falling out

Street Outlaws: New Orleans racer Kye Kelley is defending himself against claims that he is a racist after he “deleted a few people out of [his] circle” that weren’t white. Kye points out in a recent Facebook post: “My best friend is a black guy” but that doesn’t matter because “it’s 2017 and some people still act like a certain race owes them something!!!” Keep reading for Kye’s full statement as well as the war of words between Kye and Rickey Toney in the comments section!

STREET OUTLAWS Kye Kelley dating drag racer Lizzy Musi after split from wife


Street Outlaws: New Orleans racer Kye Kelley confirmed what has been rumored for months by making his relationship with fellow drag racer Lizzy Musi Facebook official this week. The announcement comes 20 months after Kye married Alisa Mote, and 13 months after the couple welcomed their daughter, Kenadeigh Alexa Kelley.

STREET OUTLAWS Brian Davis unveils Seed of Chucky race car


More than seven months after totaling his previous race car in a terrifying crash with Street Outlaws co-star Justin “Big Chief Shearer, Brian “Chucky” Davis has finally unveiled his replacement racer, which he has named “Seed of Chucky.” Keep reading for photos and specs on Brian’s new non-Mustang whip straight from him, including when he hopes to have it ready to race!

STREET OUTLAWS David Bird Jones’ Camaro stolen from hotel parking lot

David Bird Jones Camaro stolen plus trailer and truck

David “Bird” Jones, a frequent racer on Discovery’s popular Street Outlaws reality show, got out-outlawed this weekend as someone stole his 1967 Chevy Camaro race car, the 36-foot trailer it was on, and the Ford F-250 truck the trailer was hitched to from a Comfort Inn parking lot in Texas early Sunday morning. Keep reading for all the details, including David’s $13,500 reward for getting his more than $100,000 worth of stuff back.

VIDEO Farmtruck calls out Street Outlaws: New Orleans


Street Outlaws: New Orleans is doing its best to hang with the original Street Outlaws from the 405. While they’re doing okay coming off the line in the ratings, Kye Kelley and his boys have been getting a lot of blow back from loyal fans of the original Discovery hit show. Sean “Farmtruck” Whitley, one of the most popular grudge racers from Street Outlaws, hit the switches today to further ignite a little reality TV sibling rivalry as he called out the NOLA crew for “missing something.”