Internet cooking sensation Auntie Fee on life support; Snoop Dogg says pray

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She is surrounded by family at this time.

Sadly, the YouTube personality is reportedly fighting for her life right now after having a heart attack.

Auntie Fee, who's full name was Felicia O'Dell, went viral in 2014 after posting her recipes for "good ass chicken" and "sweet treats for the kids". In that video, she uses Ramen Noodles, leftover ground beef, cheese, and a few spices to create a hearty meal for $3.37.

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Despite several family members confirming her death to the news outlet, it is now reported that O'Dell is on life support at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. In the early hours of Sunday, the 59-year-old did state via social media that she had fallen somewhat ill. According to TMZ, O'Dell suffered chest pains and vomiting at her Los Angeles home before being hospitalized. As her fame spread, she appeared as a guest cook on "The Steve Harvey Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and other shows.

Aside from just "cookin" & cussin',' Auntie Fee has also developed a brand, which includes various cookware, apparel and spices that she sells on her website, iamauntiefee.com.

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