Eminem’s Daughter Hailie Is 21 And All Grown

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Eminem’s daughter has grown into a beautiful woman.

Everybody’s favorite rapper’s daughter has grown up to be a beautiful woman. Eminem‘s daughter, Hailie Scott Mathers, is now 21 and smokin’. With a mere 22 posts, she could be a budding IG star; she has 172,000 followers.

US Magazine reports Hailie is a college student at Michigan State University. She often posts pics of herself wearing daring outfits. For her 21st birthday, she wore a dress that put some of her under cleavage on display. Like any normal IGer, she also loves to posts photos with her friends, her boyfriend and her dog as well as cool and inspirational quotes.

Hailie is the spitting image of her mother Kim Scott, legendary for being the subject of angry songs such as “Kim,” “97 Bonnie and Clyde,” and “I’m Going Through Changes.” Check out the IG posts below.

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Yes my pants match my closet & yes Lottie's entitled to photobomb on puppy day

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Eminem Returning To Festival Stages This Summer

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Eminem is scheduled to be one of three headline acts at the Reading and Leeds music festivals in the United Kingdom this coming August. Slim Shady previously closed out the festivals in 2001 and 2013 and will be joined onstage alongside a bevy of notable stars across a variety of genres.

Veteran promoter and Reading and Leeds Festival founder Melvin Benn shared his excitement about the Detroit superstar gracing the stages after a four-year absence, reports NME.

“Eminem returning to Reading and Leeds is beyond exciting,” said Benn. “His 2013 headline performance was incredible and I can’t wait to have him back. In addition to our third and final headliner – joining Kasabian and Muse – we’ve announced over 70 additional acts to this year’s line up – it’s looking stronger than ever.”

Fans will also be thrilled by performances from Danny Brown, Tory Lanez, Migos, Flatbush Zombies, Major Lazer and dozens of other acts with additional performances to be announced at a later date.

Eminem has kept a low profile regarding live performances of late, but his cameo appearance on Big Sean’s “No Favors” from the younger Detroit rapper’s I Decided album turned heads with its attacks on Ann Coulter and President Donald Trump.

Yo, see you at reading and leeds festival then?!? BUZZING 👀👊🏻🙌🏻

 

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First Week Projections For Big Sean’s ‘I Decided’

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Thanks to Eminem’s Trump bashing, Big Sean’s new album I Decided was all over the Internet.

Will that translate to extra sales?

According to Hits Daily Double, probably not. They project Sean’s fourth album will move between 105-115k sales plus stream in its first week.

That’s a good chunk less than the 173K SPS his last album Dark Sky Paradise did frist week in February of 2015.

It’s also less than the 121K Migos’ Culture debuted to last week.

Although it should be said that Migos exceeded their first week projections by 50 percent. Maybe the same thing will happen with Sean Don.

Have you listened to I Decided? If so, what did you think?

Ann Coulter fires Back At Eminem [VIDEO]

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Eminem’s Donald Trump slam on Big Sean’s track ‘No Favors’ is getting all of the attention.

But the person he really came for hard on the track was conservative provocateur Ann Coulter.

And fuck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster
With a lamp post, door handle shutter
A damn bolt cutter, a sandal, a can opener, a candle rubber
Piano, a flannel, sucker, some hand soap, butter
A banjo and manhole cover,” Shady rapped.

TMZ asked Coulter what she thought of Em’s verbal violation.

Eminem Calls Donald Trump “A Bitch” On New Big Sean Song

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Eminem has never had a smooth relationship with American political officials, and it doesn’t sound as if that pattern is set to change now that Donald Trump sits in the Oval Office.

Rapping on “No Favors” from Big Sean’s new album I Decided, Em had this to say: “I’m anti, can’t no government handle a commando/ Your man don’t want it, Trump’s a bitch/ I’ll make his whole brand go under.”

Otherwise, it’s a not a particularly political song, but “Trump’s a bitch” is a pretty unequivocal stance to have when it comes to the most powerful person in the country.

The latest dig follows what Em said about the new president on “Campaign Speech.”

“Run the faucet, I’mma dunk / A bunch of Trump supporters underwater… A fuckin’ loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button / Who doesn’t have to answer to no one — great idea!”

No love lost, then.

Eminem’s fellow Detroit native Big Sean took to Twitter yesterday to thank the Hip Hop legend for hopping on the track: “.@eminem No Favors feels like back to back homeruns, you fuckin destroyed this verse! Thank you for blessing the album w/ this! #Detroit”

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.@eminem No Favors feels like back to back homeruns, you fuckin destroyed this verse! Thank you for blessing the album w/ this! #Detroit

10:13 PM – 2 Feb 2017

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Trump has proven in the past that he’s not afraid to take aim at celebrities on Twitter, including Meryl Streep, so we won’t be surprised if he ends up dropping a rant about how Eminem is “over-rated” and “sad!”

Always one to split public opinion, reaction to Em’s verse has been mixed.

Listen to the verse above and make your mind up for yourself.