After suffering a massive heart, internet cooking sensation Auntie Fee has passed away. She was 59.
News of her passing comes day before her death was prematurely reported by TMZ saying two family members told the site Felicia “Auntie Fee” O’Dell had passed away. Other family members immediately recanted those claims posting a message on social media that she was alive and to pray for her.
Auntie Fee had been on life support before her passing.
Her son, Tavis Hunter, shared the following message:
“Thank you for all the prayers and hope, It did all it can do and now god made the decision to take my mother home where its peace & Joy and im okay with that, She can finally Be happy. Rip Momma Felicia Auntie Fee O’Dell i love you and you was my twin, When u was going through it i went through it, and now its time for you to relax and watch me do it baby. 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘”
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Felicia “Auntie Fee” O’Dell became a viral internet sensation on YouTube in July 2014 when her curse filled “sweet treats for the kids” cooking video garnered million of years. Also known as Chef Sista Girl, she gave us such kitchen tutorials “good ass chicken” and “dumb good mac and cheese.” Auntie Fee had over half a million subscribers on her Youtube Channel, made appearances on TV shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Steve Harvey Show, and was featured in the film Barbershop 3.
We send our heartfelt prayers and condolences to her family. Auntie Fee will sorely be missed.
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