Just one week after suffering a massive heart attack, cooking legend dies at 59 years old.
She was a cooking legend and a YouTube sensation that we all loved. The beautiful, Felicia O’Dell, AKA Auntie Fee is now dead at age 59 after a massive heart attack last week.
TMZ reported that Auntie Fee was rushed to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, California, on Tuesday (March 14). She was on life support after being rushed to the emergency room, and after a week her body gave up on her.
The news was devastated about the news because it was so unexpected. Her son, Travis, posted on Friday night confirming the news saying that God decided to take his mother.
“God made the decision to take my mother home where its peace & Joy and im okay with that.”
O’Dell was just a normal lady until her channel went viral back in 2014 after posting her two famous recipes “good ass chicken” and “sweet treats for the kids.” The internet sensation also posted a “How to feed seven people with just $3” recipe that received MILLIONS of views and was shared thousands of times.
She had a way of using her creativity to create meals with leftovers and cheap things from the store if you were living on a budget. In this specific recipe Auntie Fee used leftover steak from tacos the week before, ramen noodles, dried parsley and cheese to top it all off. She used her gift as a way to truly help other people in any way that she could.
This woman was not only an incredible cook, but she has a way of bringing light to anyone that she comes in contact with, or anyone who watches her Youtube videos. Auntie Fee didn’t just share gourmet recipes, but she shared things that people could relate to and that’s what made her so special. She was truly one of a kind and she will never be forgotten.
Please keep this family in your prayers as they mourn this loss.
RIP AUNTIE FEE.