The Memphis Street Outlaws faced a tragic loss with the death of one of their own, JJ Da Boss’s son, Josh Day, in a car accident. The team has also experienced legal issues, including arrests for street racing activities.
The Memphis Street Outlaws, a group of street racers featured on the Discovery Channel’s reality series “Street Outlaws: Memphis,” have had their share of ups and downs. One of the most significant and heartbreaking events was the passing of Josh Day, also known as Doughboy, who was the son of the group’s leader, JJ Da Boss. Josh Day was involved in a car accident that led to his untimely death, which deeply affected the team and its fan base.
In addition to personal tragedies, the Memphis Street Outlaws have also faced legal challenges. Members of the team, including JJ Da Boss, have been arrested for their involvement in illegal street racing. These activities are the central focus of the show, but they also attract the attention of law enforcement, leading to legal repercussions for the racers.
Despite these challenges, the Memphis Street Outlaws continue to be a tight-knit group, dedicated to their passion for street racing. They honor the memory of their lost teammate and navigate the legal complexities of their sport while maintaining a strong presence in the street racing community. The show has brought them fame and has also highlighted the risks and consequences associated with street racing.