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CHARACTER
Auntie Poulet
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Full name: Auntie Poulet
Also known as: Madame Hatian
Gender:

Female

Place of birth: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Home: Little Haiti, Vice City
Nationality: Haitian
Affiliations: Haitian Gang
Tommy Vercetti
Vehicle(s): Voodoo
Businesses: Auntie Poulet's Tea House
Voiced by: Miss Cleo

Auntie Poulet is an elderly Haitian matriarch, leader of the Haitian gang (which she also uses as her own protection). She gives Tommy Vercetti mind-altering voodoo potions to get him to cooperate in the missions she wants him to undertake. This includes acting against the Cubans, with whom he has friendly relations. However, when the potion's effects wear off, Tommy shows no memory of what he has done for the Haitians.

Ultimately, she cuts her ties with him and wishes that he not return to Little Haiti, but if Tommy does do so, he receives a final phone call from Auntie Poulet ("Why you coming here fee? Me tell you we don't want to see you around here no more"). Following Poulet's final mission, Tommy is given the opportunity to destroy the Haitians' main drug operations plant.

Artwork of Auntie Poulet from GTA Vice City

Auntie Poulet was voiced by Youree Dell Harris, better known as infamous "psychic hotline" spokeswoman Miss Cleo.

Mission appearances

GTA Vice City

Trivia

  • In the original PS2 version of the game, Auntie Poulet wears a purple dress with matching head wrap. However, in all other releases of the game, she wears a yellow dress with matching head wrap similar to her box-art rendition.
  • "Poulet" is a French word for "Chicken".
  • She appears to scare Tommy quite a bit, as his hands can be seen shaking during her mission briefings



This article uses material from the "Auntie Poulet" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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