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Auntie Fee, YouTube's Foul-Mouthed Homegrown Cook, Is Newest Viral Star

By    |   Thursday, 07 Aug 2014 10:04 AM

Auntie Fee, the foul-mouthed host of a new viral YouTube cooking channel called Sista Girl's, is becoming a household name as millions of people tune in to watch her whip up low-budget, homemade recipes with as little pretense as possible.

Not only is Auntie Fee's "downright delicious-looking food" impressive, but her potty mouth has made her videos entertaining and humorous, TheBraiser.com noted.

"Cook for three hours if you want it to fall off the motherf***ing bone — I swear this s*** will," Auntie Fee tells the camera in a clip on how to make a chicken dish. "I tell you everything because I don’t want you motherf***ing calling me about a motherf***er."

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The homegrown YouTube videos include recipes ranging from chicken and egg rolls to Auntie Fee's so-called "sweet treats for f***ing children" and a formula that will "feed seven people for $3.35."

"Let’s be straight: Auntie Fee is the antidote to food TV," TheBraiser.com reported. "And you can only watch Giada de Laurentiis whip up pasta for so long before wanting to crawl into a ginormous glass of wine wondering why is my life so completely the opposite of this. Auntie Fee is real. And more importantly, Auntie Fee has found the Eddie Huang-esque niche that is working for her."

But the low-budget chef is not without her critics. Blogger Sandra Rose blasted Auntie Fee and the Internet culture in general for making a star out of the cook.

"YouTube has an obsession with making Internet stars out of uncouth, uneducated people who are challenged by the English language," Rose wrote. "Most of these Internet stars have no real talent, but they do have a unique knack for making a spectacle out of the mundane . . . What's attracting to the masses is Auntie Fee's liberal use of profanity and Ebonics — which gives other cultures the opportunity to insult and belittle our community by elevating these people to star status."

The newest celebrity chef, whose real name is Felicia Odell, told TMZ that she's been getting media requests from Jimmy Kimmel and other talk show hosts, and even had a "producer-type" employee from the Netflix reach out to her about a cameo on "Orange is the New Black."

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Auntie Fee, the foul-mouthed host of a new viral YouTube cooking channel called Sista Girl's, is becoming a household name as millions of people tune in to watch her whip up low-budget, homemade recipes with as little pretense as possible.
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