Her real name is Felicia O'Dell and her internet cooking antics were a viral video hit in 2014.
A woman who could cook some unhealthy but "good a- chicken" known as Auntie Fee and Chef Sista Girl has suffered a heart attack.
Multiple outlets (including TMZ itself and BET) were told by Fee's nephew and sister that the 59-year-old actually died as a result of this medical emergency. She also featured a price-conscious recipe demonstrating how to feed seven people for just $3.35 using instant ramen, leftover taco meat, parsley and cheese.
The 59-year-old was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in West Carson after falling ill over the weekend and is now on life support, TMZ reports. She also came to TMZ to hook us up with her recipes.
O'Dell has appeared on talk shows like "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and "Steve Harvey". Auntie Fee's most recent video was posted on March 7th.
She is surrounded by family at this time. It was no ordinary cooking how-to, though - instead, Auntie Fee's instructions were filled with expletives, and her signature form of instructional videos began. "(She's in the hospital)", one wrote.