Woman Who Went Viral For Her Fried Chicken Videos On Life Support

Posted March 16, 2017

A woman who could cook some unhealthy but "good a- chicken" known as Auntie Fee and Chef Sista Girl has suffered a heart attack.

Reports on Tuesday initially stated O'Dell had died, but the outlet learned the 59-year-old is supported by family and friends while she's interned at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.

If you like looking for unique food recipes (and how to make them) on YouTube and like to laugh at the same time, you probably know about Felicia "Auntie Fee" O'Dell.

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Aside from just "cookin" & cussin',' Auntie Fee has also developed a brand, which includes various cookware, apparel and spices that she sells on her website, iamauntiefee.com. Since then she has gone on to gain hundreds of thousands of online followers.

Fans fell in love with O'Dell after her video "Sweet Treats For Kids" received 500,000 page views overnight and skyrocketed her to internet fame. She also played a judge in the 2016 movie Bank. She reportedly told family members that she was having chest pains and started vomiting yesterday, so she was taken to the hospital.