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JJ Da Boss "Heifer" Wrecked Twice and Debate over Putting Young Girls behind The Wheels

In yet another unfortunate turn of events for street racing legend JJ Da Boss, his prized possession, "Heifer," was wrecked in a street race in Crossville, Tennessee. The crash occurred during a high-speed race, leaving the car damaged and Big Berta shaken but thankfully uninjured.

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JJ Da Boss, whose real name is Jonathan Day, is a well-known figure in the street racing world. He has gained a massive following on social media and has been featured on the hit television show Street Outlaws. His love for racing started at a young age, and he has been perfecting his craft for decades.


"Heifer" is a 1966 Chevy II Nova that JJ Da Boss has modified to perfection for maximum speed and performance. The car has been a fan favorite and a staple in the street racing scene, making the crash all the more hurtful for its owner and fans alike. The reason of the crash is still unclear, but reports suggest that Heifer was racing against another car when it veered off the road and hit the wall. The impact caused extensive damage to the front end of the car.

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Unfortunately, this is not the first time JJ Da Boss's car has experienced a crash. Berta did also involve in a wreck a week ago but was uninjured thankfully. However, JJ Da Boss has been at the center of a heated debate since then over his decision to put young and inexperienced girls behind the wheels of his race cars on the streets. Some argue that this is a dangerous and irresponsible move, while others defend it as a way to empower and encourage young women in the male-dominated world of street racing.

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On one hand, critics argue that JJ Da Boss's decision to put young girls behind the wheel is highly irresponsible. Street racing is illegal in most parts of the United States and is considered an extremely dangerous activity. Putting inexperienced drivers on the road, especially in high-performance cars, is a recipe for disaster, increasing the risk of accidents, injuries, and even fatalities.

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On the other hand, supporters of JJ Da Boss argue that his decision to put young girls behind the wheel is a way to empower and encourage young women in the male-dominated world of street racing. JJ Da Boss has been an advocate for women in street racing for years, and his decision to put young girls behind the wheel is seen by many as a way to give them a chance to prove their skills and show that women can be just as competent and successful as men. "From a racing standpoint females have a faster reaction time", as said one supporter.

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Furthermore, supporters argue that JJ Da Boss takes great care to ensure the safety of his drivers, providing them with extensive training and guidance before allowing them to race. Many of the girls he works with have gone on to become successful street racers in their own right, demonstrating that JJ Da Boss's methods are effective and valuable in promoting gender diversity in the sport.

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The debate over JJ Da Boss's decision to put young girls behind the wheel is a contentious issue with strong arguments on both sides. While critics argue that it is dangerous and reinforces gender stereotypes, supporters see it as a way to empower young women and promote gender diversity in the male-dominated world of street racing. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide where they stand on the issue and whether JJ Da Boss's methods are worth the risk.

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