YouTube sensation Auntie Fee dies after suffering massive heart

Pablo Tucker
March 20, 2017

"However, we've now learned she's on life support surrounded by family at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after being rushed by ambulance", TMZ said.

"She can finally Be happy", he continued.

Felicia O'Dell, aka Auntie Fee, aka Chef Sista Girl, has died of a heart attack.


Auntie Fee, who's full name was Felicia O'Dell, went viral in 2014 after posting her recipes for "good ass chicken" and "sweet treats for the kids". She also made a handful of appearances on popular shows like "The Steve Harvey Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and "Real Husbands of Hollywood", and in films like Barbershop 3. "When you was going through it, I went through it and now it's time for you to relax and watch me do it baby".

"I'm gonna keep it 100 and be me", she said two years before her death.

Tavis Hunter, Fee's son and the show's cameraman, made the announcement via Facebook on Friday night.


Her last video was posted on March 6th - it was a review for an L.A. restaurant called Art's Wings and Things. "OK, you're listening to me right?" she asks her son in the bittersweet video.

Thousands of condolences have poured in from friends and the hundreds of thousands of people who followed O'Dell on Facebook.

In the past, Auntie Fee had been criticized for her unhealthy dishes full of lard and grease.


Her brother, June O'Dell, told the Times that Fee refused to change her eating habits.

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