Eminem is one of the most beloved rappers of all time. Understandably he and anyone in his camp and family are viewed under a microscope by the world. His daughter Hailie is arguably his most famous extension as he often name dropped her in records and had a very storied past with her mother. Less famous is his 19 year old child who recently came out as non-binary.
His first born, Hailie Jade Scott Mathers, is as synonymous with Eminem as his alter ego Slim Shady. Despite the glaring spotlight that has shown her way since young, Hailie has largely opted to stay out of the spotlight, only visible now because like most of the world she has social media. “I feel like you guys watched me grow up. Weird but realistically lol,” she said once in a tweet. “I never wanted to be in the spotlight and still don’t. I like to be very lowkey & private with my life.”
Those following her have noted that the Mathers offspring is all grown up now. She recently sent fans into a frenzy when she posted some sexy bikini pics showing off her figure. While daught Hailie has her father name dropping her in music to thank for her public interest, his adopted child has been allowed a lot more ambiguity on social media. The 19 year old who formally went by Whitney, has been undergoing an evolution via tiktok for all their fans to see.
In a video posted today, Stevie as they now go by, showed a video collage of images throughout their transition. Different hairstyles and clothing styles tell the story of someone doing some real identity search, while their choice in pronouns during each given phase are displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Finally Stevie reveals that they now answer to all pronouns and identify as non-binary. “Watch me become more comfortable with myself,” wrote Stevie on the video. In the comments section they also explained their new name. “I spent a long time trying to pick a name I felt uncomfortable with and the first name I felt comfortable with is Stevie!”
Eagle eyed fans noted that Hailie “liked” the video, obviously showing her sibling some support.