There is no available online news report regarding the death of Flip of the Discovery Channel show, "Street Outlaw." According to talks in social media sites, Flip committed suicide. However, there is no strong evidence to support this claim.
Tyler "Flip" Priddy died on May 28, 2013 at his home in Yukon, Oklahoma at the age of 31. He is survived by his wife Morgan Amber and children Tovey Gene, Remey J, Dresdyn Rinot and Bennett William Edward.
Flip was the parts warehouse manager at Warren Caterpillar, where he worked for 10 years. He was a drag racing enthusiast who turned his passion towards a reality TV show titled "Street Outlaws," where he beat out several others to be selected for the show. The TV program, which centers around the underground world of illegal street racing, debuted on Discovery Channel on June 10, 2013.