Auntie Fee Dead: Internet Cooking Sensation Dies Of Heart Attack At 59

Auntie Fee, Internet Cooking Sensation Dies Of Heart Attack At 59. After she started posting her recipes online, she became a viral sensation and her foul-mouthed tutorials gained her a vast regiment of fans. Who could not worship someone who taught us how to make GOOD ASS CHICKEN and ‘dumb good mac and cheese?’

On 14th March, family members of Auntie Fee — whose full name was Felicia O’Dell — tell TMZ that she was feeling sick over the past weekend and began having CHEST PAINS in addition to VOMITING while at home. Husband of Auntie Fee called 911 and she was admitted to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Around 4:30 pm local time, where she passed away follows a HEART ATTACK.

Auntie Fee also known as Chef Sista Girl, on 6th March Fee just recently posted a video where she gave a curse-filled thumb up the review of Art’s Wings and Things in South Los Angeles. Auntie Fee was a little out of breath at the start but soon was backing to her motor-mouth self. Just over a week later she would be gone really it is so devastating to think that.



On July 30, 2014, Auntie Fee first became a sensation with her ‘sweet treats for the kids’ video the debuted on YouTube. Her curse-filled recipe ended up getting almost five million views as she took crescent rolls and filled them with sugar, butter, cinnamon, and raisins then deep fried them all while schooling her son and Tavis Hunter the cameraman.

Auntie Fee was such a hit that even celebs like Sherri Shepherd (49) traveled to her south Los Angeles home to cook up pork chops in her kitchen. With appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Fee was introduced to national TV audiences and The Steve Harvey Show. Fee has survived by her two other sons Jamie and Marlon, in addition to Tavis.



Salahuddin Sagar

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