Her YouTube channel garnered millions of views as she fried chicken and pork chops and showed people how to feed a family of seven.
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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a statement Thursday calls the executive order "a Muslim ban by another name". With this in mind, the Syrian father filed his potentially groundbreaking new complaint on Friday afternoon.
Auntie Fee, a popular YouTube star, is now on life support after suffering a massive heart attack.
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Following inaccurate reports in the media that the YouTube star had in fact passed away, members of her family took to her official Facebook page to update fans. However, we've now learned she's on life support surrounded by family at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after being rushed by ambulance. According to TMZ, O'Dell suffered chest pains and vomiting at her Los Angeles home before being hospitalized. Below are a couple of her most popular dishes. 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 has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Auntie Fee's most recent video was posted on March 7th.