Auntie Fee became a viral sensation on YouTube in July 2014 when her curse-filled "sweet treats for the kids" cooking video blew up with almost five million views.
"She can finally Be happy", he continued. The viral YouTube chef's most recent TV appearance was on an episode of MTV's World Star TV, which aired March 10.
Fee became a national figure in 2014 after several videos of her cooking recipes went viral.
Since then, she has been posting more home cooking YouTube videos, which shows her making dishes such as bacon-fried biscuits, grilled shrimp and crab, "massive breakfast sandwich" and "good ass chicken".
O'Dell, who had been in critical condition after suffering a heart attack, had landed in magazines, newspapers and on television shows, including "Jimmy Kimmel Live." after her kitchen antics attracted attention.
On Thursday night, Fee's family wrote on her Facebook account that "doctors are now performing procedures in hopes of improving" her "current state", but they were unable to save her. "When u was going through it I went through it, and now it's time for you to relax and watch me do it baby".
"I'm gonna keep it 100 and be me", she said in a 2015 Los Angeles Times article. She was 59 years old. And just two weeks before she died she posted a hilarious review of a restaurant called Art's Wings And Things.
Despite the criticism, Fee stayed true to her style.
"It turns out she took after our mother, who struggled with high blood pressure and diabetes", O'Dell said. "Tell my sons and them that I love them in case I don't make it out of this". Let us know your take in the comments section below.