Auntie Fee Biography
|Date of Birth:||1957 , May-7|
|Age:||62 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Felicia A. O'Dell|
|Birth Place/City||Los Angeles|
|Working For||YouTube channel|
|Famous for||‘Cooking With Auntie Fee’.|
|Married to||Tommy Hunter|
|Children||Jamie and Marlon,Tavis Hunter|
|Died||March 14, 2017|
Auntie Fee, Felicia A. O'Dell, an American YouTube personality and online cooking show star, passed away on March 17, 2017. Ethnicity-wise, she was a black American. She had more than 50 videos on her YouTube channel ‘Cooking With Auntie Fee’. Auntie Fee also earned more than 500,000 subscribers after initially going viral with the video titled ‘Sweet Treats for the Kids.'
Age, Bio, And Education Of Auntie Fee
Auntie Fee was born on May 7, 1957, in Los Angeles, California, United States of America, under the birth sign Taurus. She was one of the ten children of James O’Dell, a carpenter, plumber, an electrician.
Auntie Fee dropped out of high at the age of 15; she got pregnant. Because of her teen pregnancy, her relationship with her father went wrong as well.
Auntie was a drug offender, a crack cocaine addict. Auntie Fee was even arrested for selling drugs from her home. Some reports say served 10 years of a 20-year long prison sentence, while some say she was in an Arkansas prison for a ''few years''.
Auntie Fee's Career And Path
Auntie Fee wasn't always famous. She started out from a housekeeping business. She used to buy jean jackets for a low price and revamp then using beads and chains to sell. She'd even glam up sandals using rhinestones and make soap dispensers shaped like stilettos.
Auntie Fee developed the art of cooking from her early years. She used to make her father's favorite food like gumbo, red beans, and rice and hog's head cheese, etc. since she was 9.
Auntie Fee became an internet sensation in July of 2014 after her son shared the four-minute video clip of her cooking some food. Her homemade cooking skills made her viral on the web. Her videos titled ''how to feed Seven people with just $3.35'' and ''Auntie Fee's baked Chicken'' became viral. 'She was known for using ''It's for the kids'' catchphrase in her videos. Her son, Tavis Hunter, filmed her videos.
Auntie Fee made promotional videos for Top Five and Dumber and Dumber To. She has appeared with notable celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Harvey Levin, and Sherri Shephard. Auntie Fee also sold her merchandise like cookware, seasonings, etc. on her website.
She also appeared in the Steve Harvey TV show.
Auntie Fee's Net Worth, Earnings
Auntie Fee had an estimated net worth of around $350,000. One of her most viewed videos 'Sweet Treats for the Kids' has more than 2 million views. YouTube and her businesses earned her the net worth. His YouTube channel has over 807.43k subscribers, as of 2019.
Auntie Fee's Personal life And Affair
Auntie Fee was married to her boyfriend, Tommy Hunter. They have a son, Travis Hunter. He has written seven urban fiction novels. Her other two sons are Jamie and Marlon.
Auntie Fee died on March 14, 2017, from a heart attack in her home. Her son, Tavis Hunter, confirmed this traffic news on Facebook.
Thank you for all the prayers and hope, It did all it can do and now god made the decision to take my mother home where its peace & Joy and im okay with that, She can finally Be happy. Rip Momma Felicia Auntie Fee O'Dell i love you and you was my twin, When u was going through it i went through it, and now its time for you to relax and watch me do it baby.
Cause Of Death
After she had collapsed in her home, Auntie Fee was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, but she eventually passed away after three days on life support. She passed away on March 18, 2017, at the age of 59. Many relatives and family members paid tribute and her funeral was live-streamed on Facebook which was organized April 1, 2017, at Paradise Baptist Church in Los Angeles.