YouTube sensation star Auntie Fee dies at 59

YouTube sensation star Auntie Fee dies at 59

After experiencing a severe chest pain, she was rushed to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday and was put on life support and died on Friday night, told her son Tavis Hunter. "It did all it can do and now God has made the decision to take my mother home where it's peace and joy and I'm okay with that", her son wrote.

Concern grew over the past week after Auntie Fee, real name Felicia O'Dell, suffered a heart attack March 14. Those videos have been watched millions of times.

She also showcased her cooking skills on "The Steve Harvey Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live!' the BET series "Real Husbands of Hollywood" and the movie 'Barbershop 3". She was known for recipes like her "sweet treats" and "good a-chicken". She was even cast for a reported role in an upcoming film.

"I'm gonna keep it 100 and be me", she said in a 2015 Los Angeles Times profile. "There's no filter. No sugarcoating".

Soon after, news circulated claiming O'Dell had died, although that rumor was quickly shut down after one of her biggest fans and supporters, "Martha and Snoop's Pot Luck Dinner Party" host Snoop Dogg took to social media requesting prayers on Auntie Fee's behalf.

Despite the criticism, Fee stayed true to her style. She was 59-years-old.

"It turns out she took after our mother, who struggled with high blood pressure and diabetes", O'Dell said.

What are your favorite memories of Auntie Fee?

Related News: