Internet sensation Auntie Fee on life support after heart attack

  • Internet sensation Auntie Fee on life support after heart attack

Internet sensation Auntie Fee on life support after heart attack

Auntie Fee, the woman who stole hearts after she went viral with her unconventional cooking methods, was placed on life support after suffering a massive heart attack, TMZ reports.

The Los Angeles native skyrocketed to internet stardom in 2014, when her expletive-filled instructional video on how to make "sweet treats for the kids" with crescent rolls, butter, sugar-cinnamon, and raisins earned 500,000 page views overnight.

On Wednesday, Fee remained unresponsive at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, The Times reported. It now counts more than 4.5 million views. "But we're praying she pulls out of this".

Although Auntie Fee hasn't become the next Rachel Ray, she definitely keeps people laughing with her YouTube videos. As her fame spread, she appeared as a guest cook on "The Steve Harvey Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and other shows. She also scored a small role in the movie Barbershop 3.

Her condition didn't improve as the week started, though. She is said to be "fighting for her life". She reportedly told family members that she was having chest pains and started vomiting yesterday, so she was taken to the hospital.