The Youtube viral sensation Auntie Fee is fighting for her life on LIFE SUPPORT after suffering a HEART ATTACK!
According to TMZ, Auntie Fee is currently on life support at a Los Angeles hospital. Although multiple family members confirmed her death to the outlet, TMZ says the viral cooking sensation is "fighting for her life" as of Tuesday evening.
Update: Viral cooking sensation Auntie Fee is on life support following a heart attack. Keeping her in our thoughts: https://t.co/UASI2KaiF5 pic.twitter.com/bn2coXiA3P— E! News (@enews) March 15, 2017
Auntie Fee, whose YouTube videos about cooking on a budget garnered a cult-like following, is fighting for her life at 59-years-old. According to TMZ, Auntie Fee (real name Felicia O'Dell) fell ill over the weekend, and after experiencing chest pain Tuesday, suffered a fatal heart attack.
The Los Angeles native skyrocketed to internet stardom in 2014, when her expletive-filled instructional video on how to make "sweet treats for the kids" with crescent rolls, butter, sugar-cinnamon, and raisins earned 500,000 page views overnight.
Nearly three years later, Auntie Fee's most infamous video has upwards of four and a half million views, followed by her price-conscious segment on how to feed seven people with $3.35. (For the record, this recipe touts instant ramen, leftover taco meat, parsley and cheese as its main ingredients.)
PRAY FOR AUNTIE FEE!