heart failure

The untimely deaths of Internet stars Auntie Fee and Q Worldstar are a reminder that heart disease is the number 1 killer of men and women in the U.S.

Q Worldstar, real name Lee O’Denat, 43, died of natural causes related to coronary heart disease. Auntie Fee’s family confirmed the Youtube cooking sensation suffered a massive heart attack days before she passed away on Friday, March 17. She was 59.

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Auntie Fee

The recent untimely deaths of Internet stars Auntie Fee (pictured above) and Q Worldstar serve as reminders that heart disease is the number 1 killer of men and women in the U.S.

For many people the first sign or symptom of heart disease is death. This is why heart disease is called the silent killer.

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Q Worldstar

Worldstar Hip Hop founder and CEO Lee O’Denat, aka “Q”, died in his sleep on Monday, according to published reports.

O’Denat founded the aggregate video streaming website Worldstarhiphop.com in 2005.

At its peak WSHH drew over 2 million unique visitors a day, making O’Denat a millionaire before he turned 40.

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Kat Stacks and Q Worldstar

It’s been 48 hours since Internet video sensation Kat Stacks walked out of a federal prison, after being detained for 2 years on immigration charges. One of KT’s biggest supporters when she was behind bars was Q, the man behind video streaming empire Worldstarhiphop.com.

Yesterday, an industry insider accidentally let slip the real reason why Q made sure money was always on Kat Stacks’ books when she was on lockdown. The insider confirmed that Kat Stacks is in fact Q’s girlfriend.

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