What Happened to Cody and Suzi on Texas Flip and Move?

August 24, 2023

When Cody and Suzi Slay departed the show, fans were left wondering what happened to them. The couple was a fan favorite and brought a youthful creative new prospective to the flipping world of Texas Flip and Move. They were known for their good ol Texas humor and positive attitude. They have yet to return and fans have started a petition to bring them back. Here are some details about their life after the show.

The young married couple starred on the DIY network series from 2014 to 2019. The show featured professional home renovators who purchase older homes for renovation and then sell them at auction. The series was a success and attracted a large audience worldwide. Cody and Suzi, nicknamed Young Guns, had a chemistry that made them stand out among the other cast members. They were often seen beating out other teams like the Snow Sisters and Randy Martin a.k.a The Lone Wolf.

After the end of the show, Cody and Suzi shared on social media that they were leaving for personal reasons. They didn’t disclose the reason in detail but fans speculated that it could have been due to a conflict with the producers of the show.

Suzi Slay is now a mother to two children. She is also a manager of the Texas Wild Hog Saloon in Rendon with her husband Cody. She is also involved in charity work and frequently partakes in Brooke’s Blossoming Hope for Childhood Cancer Foundation. Suzi’s height is 5’5”. Suzi Christine Taff was born on February 26, 1986, in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Her parents, Norman and Cindi, live in the city as well as her younger sister Staci. Suzi is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She was previously the manager of a Palm Beach Tan salon before joining the DIY Network show.

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