You might not know it, but Eminem has three daughters. Here's where they are now.

So here’s a fact you might not know: rapper and singer Marshall Mathers (Eminem) doesn’t just have one daughter. He has three.

We’ve heard a lot about eldest daughter Hailie Scott’s upbringing in songs like ‘Mockingbird’ and ‘Hailie’s Song’. We’re also relatively familiar with Mathers’ troubled relationship with his ex-wife Kimberly Anne Scott. But what fans have seldom heard about is the two adopted daughters that changed Eminem’s life.

Unless you’re a die-hard Eminem fanatic, chances are the names Alaina Marie Mathers and Whitney Scott Mathers aren’t familiar.

Watch a clip from Eminem’s music video for ‘Lose Yourself’. Post continues below. 

Here's what Eminem's daughters' lives look like now.

Hailie Jade Scott

Hailie has the most public persona of Eminem’s daughters.

She’s also Eminem’s only biological daughter and was born on Christmas Day in 1995. She's 25 now.


In 2014, Hailie graduated Summa Cum Laude from Michigan’s Chippewa Valley High School and paid tribute to her parents.

“My mother and father because they have pushed me to be the person I am and have given me all the support to achieve what I have,” she said in an end of school newsletter, reported by E!News.

Hailie also graduated from Michigan State University in 2018 with a degree in psychology. It’s also the place she met her long-term boyfriend, Evan McClintock.

Last year, Eminem told Mike Tyson on the podcast, Hotboxin’ that Hailie has "made me proud for sure". 

"No babies, she has a boyfriend, but she’s doing good," he said.

Since graduating college, it seems the millennial has turned her aspirations to being an Instagram influencer, as she regularly shares her outfits with her 2.2 million followers.

"Attempting to curate a feed that accurately represents my life and is somehow still aesthetically pleasing," Hailie's Instagram bio reads. 

She also joined TikTok.


Eminem’s ex-wife Kimberly Anne Scott gave birth to Hailie in 1995, before marrying Marshall Mathers (Eminem) in 1999.

They split two years later, in 2001. The pair briefly reconciled in 2006, before separating permanently.

Alaina Marie Mathers

Born under the name Amanda in 1993 to Kim’s twin sister Dawn Scott – who died of drug abuse in 2016 – Alaina Marie was legally adopted by Eminem in the 2000s, although it’s unclear precisely when this happened. Her name was legally changed during the adoption process.

Alaina was occasionally referenced in Eminem’s work; in ‘Mockingbird’ the rapper referred to Alaina and Hailie sisters. She is often called ‘Lainey’ in lyrics.

These days, Alaina is a mental health and body positivity advocate, regularly sharing photos on her Instagram.

She turned 28 in February.


Stevie Mathers (formerly known as Whitney)

Stevie was born in 2002 to Kim and her tattoo artist ex-partner Eric Hartter, but Eminem has full custody of the teenager due to their biological father's drug and legal issues.

Not much is known about them – other than they're 19 and occasionally appear in Alaina's Instagram photos. Eminem also briefly mentions them in his songs ‘Going Through Changes’ and ‘When I’m Gone’.

Last week, Stevie - who announced they were non-binary and prefers they, he and she pronouns - posted a TikTok video where they seemingly claimed that Eminem kept their adoption a secret until after their biological father's death. 

In the video, which has since been deleted, Stevie seemed to recount a conversation they had with the rapper about being adopted.

"He's not your real dad," they wrote in the video, as if it was said by an unnamed person. "You're adopted."

"You're my real dad right? Am I adopted [sic]?" they seemingly asked. 

"I am your real dad," they were told by presumably Eminem. 

Stevie then claimed they were sent an article of their biological father's death and showed it to their grandmother. 

"I'm sorry they wouldn't tell you about him [sic]," Stevie recounted their grandmother saying.

The 19-year-old ended the video by lip syncing the line, "That must be so confusing for a little girl" from the song 'Remember Me' by Adventure Time. 

It comes after Stevie shared a TikTok video earlier this month announcing they were genderfluid.

"Watch me become more comfortable with myself," they captioned the video, which showed photos of the journey they went through to become their most authentic self. 


forever growing and changing <3 ##greenscreen ##genderfluid ##bi ##life

♬ original sound - THXOC

They also shared an Instagram post in June, asking their followers to "call me Stevie". 


This post was originally published on January 26, 2018, and updated August 16, 2021.

Feature Image: Instagram.

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