Auntie Fee, American Internet personality and actress, Died at 59


Felicia A. O’Dell was born on May 7, 1957, in South Los Angeles and died on March 17, 2017.

She was known as Auntie Fee.

She was an American YouTube personality and online cooking show star.

Fee videos were recorded in her kitchen, mostly by her son Tavis Hunter.

Fee created more than 50 videos on her YouTube channel, titled ‘Cooking With Auntie Fee.’

She made appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Steve Harvey Show and TMZ.

Auntie Fee also had roles on the TV show Real Husbands of Hollywood and the movie Barbershop 3.

Fee says she learned how to cook by the age of nine, while preparing some of his favorite dishes, which included gumbo, hog’s head cheese, and red beans and rice.

She became an internet video viral sensation in July of 2014, showcasing her homemade cooking skills in a series of videos that included “Auntie Fee’s Baked Chicken” and “How to feed Seven people with just $3.35.

O’Dell suffering a heart attack.

Auntie Fee passed away at 59 years old.