Auntie Fee

Auntie Fee

Updated Apr 24, 2017 at 02:11PM EDT by Don.

Added Jul 31, 2014 at 12:38PM EDT by Don.

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Auntie Fee is the nickname of YouTuber Felicia O’Dell, who rose to Internet fame for her cooking instructional videos that showcase easy-to-make recipes, with each episode accompanied by her expletive-ridden and funny commentaries.


On November 27th, 2013, uploaded a short video to her Facebook page in which she makes a pork loin (shown below).

On July 25th, O'Dell uploaded several new cooking videos to her channel, including a video titled "3 dollars and 35 cents" in which O'Dell demonstrates how to make a meal using Ramen noodles and steak (shown below). In one week, the post gained over 100,200 shares, 6,400 likes and 370 comments.

On July 29th, O'Dell uploaded a video titled "I'm so angry rite now," in which she responds to those who have left negative comments on her page, claims she served time in prison and shows how to prepare pre-made peach pies.

On July 30th, the Sista Girl YouTuber channel reuploaded the Ramen noodles video. The same day, the channel uploaded a video titled "Sweet Treats for the kids," in which O'Dell makes several fried pastries (shown below, left). On the following day, an instructional video for making baked chicken was posted on the channel (shown below, right).

On July 31st, three of O'Dell's videos reached the front page of the /r/videos subreddit.[1][2][3] In the comings days, several Internet humor blogs highlighted the videos, including Brobible,[4] Elite Daily[5] and Awesomely Luvvie.[6]


On March 14th, 2017, TMZ reported that O'Dell had been placed on life support at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center following a "massive heart attack." On March 17th, O'Dell's son Tavis announced that his mother passed away at the age of 59, stating "god made the decision to take my mother home where its peace & Joy and im okay with that." The following day, TMZ[8] reported on her death. On April 1st, the Auntie Fee Facebook page posted a livestream from O'Dell's funeral service, which was viewed by more than 700,000 people online (shown below).

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