YouTube Cooking Sensation Auntie Fee on Life Support

YouTube Cooking Sensation Auntie Fee on Life Support

YouTube Cooking Sensation Auntie Fee on Life Support

As Auntie Fee continues to fight for her life following a debilitating heart attack, get to know the hilarious Internet sensation with five fast facts right here.

Though "Auntie Fee" herself posted on Saturday that she wasn't feeling too well, fans were still shocked and saddened by the news.

She's amassed quite a following for her potty-mouthed cooking videos, where she makes all sorts of meals for friends, family, the kids "and sh-t".

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TMZ had previously reported that the beloved cook had died. Fee, whose real name is Felicia O'Dell, fell ill over the weekend and was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after she started having chest pains. She also played a judge in the 2016 movie Bank. Since then, they have instead learned that she is in critical condition and on life support at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.

Since going viral in 2014, O'Dell has appeared on everything from The Steve Harvey Show to Jimmy Kimmel Live and even having a cameo in Barbershop: The Next Cut.

Her most recent YouTube video was uploaded just one week ago, titled, "AUNTIE FEE ARTS WINGS AND THINGS REVIEW".

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