Fee had been rushed to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Tuesday with chest pains before suffering a major heart attack that left her on life suport.
Fee's son Tavis broke the news on Facebook late Friday, writing, "god made the decision to take my mother home where its peace & Joy and im okay with that".
Thousands of condolences have poured in from friends and the hundreds of thousands of people who followed O'Dell on Facebook. Her "dumb good mac 'n cheese" and "good a- chicken" videos were well received by her almost half a million YouTube subscribers.
YouTube star Auntie Fee has died.
Though "Auntie Fee" herself posted on Saturday that she wasn't feeling too well, fans were still shocked and saddened by the news. Her son confirmed her death to TMZ. Some called her illiterate, unsanitary and unscripted.
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However, the criticism didn't matter, cause wouldn't and didn't change.
Watch one of Auntie Fee's famous videos below. She said that when she doesn't cook her own chicken, she goes there. "Ain't nobody gonna tell me I gotta do this, I gotta do that". "I don't know what the f*ck this is, it's just something sweet for the f*cking kids".
Odell was 59. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her loved ones.
One of her most viewed videos, which now has more than 2 million views, is about feeding a family of seven with just $3.35. And despite some backlash, she refused to change who she was.