Precious Cooper is a Caucasian street racer and reality TV personality. She is known as ‘Queen Of The Streets’ after she defeated the racing champions like Doc and Big Chief. Moreover, she is also best known to the world for her significant presence on the TV screen as herself in the Discovery Channel reality TV series “Street Outlaws: Memphis”. Let’s know more about her.
Precious Cooper was born in 1989 in Osceola, Florida to father Ricky Cooper and mother Sara Cooper and raised along with her younger sister Chelsea Cooper.
She has revealed very little information about her early childhood, aside from the fact that she grew up in a low- income family and thus had issues with money during her teenage years. She belonging to white ethnicity and from American Nationality.
As for her education, she has matriculated from Rivercrest High School in Wilson, Arkansas, in 2007. It is still unrevealed whether she furthered her education by attending college.
Precious Cooper is a secretive person, hasn’t really spoken when it comes to disclosing about her love life. Previously, Many people guessed that Precious was dating JJ Da Boss who is also a prominent celebrity of Street Outlaws. But in fact, he is only a mentor to Cooper and is leading a blissful married life with wife, Tricia Day.
She has not given any clue about being married to a husband or talked about any of her plan for the wedding. Moreover, she has not even gushed about having an affair with a boyfriend.
At the age of 19, Precious Cooper went along with JJ Da Boss and watched his race. After that, she asked him to train her to become a racer until she learned basics and tried bracket race. Firstly, she started her racing career with ‘Puddle Jumper’ car.
Afterward, she was seen in Memphis street and ‘Street Outlaws: Memphis’ show where she is one of the hot participants. She has been able to win the title Queen of the Streets. As per her,
Before I get behind the wheel, I am a lady. I’m kind of shy, quiet…dodon’t Hardly talk at all. But once I get into the race track, it’s over with. I get into the beast mode, tunnel out, tunnel vision the whole way. I believe they can throw anybody they want to at me and I’m going to do exactly what I’ve been doing.
Precious’s main source of earning is the Street Outlaws shows. It has been estimated that her net worth is close to $600,000, made primarily as a street racer. Hence, she has earned the most from her long-term presence on TV in the Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws: Memphis.”