Eminem’s daughter Hailie Scott Mathers has dismissed speculation she might be expecting her first child, after teasing followers that she has ‘baby fever’.
The 25-year-old daughter of the superstar rapper got some of her fans in a frenzy on Sunday night after she tweeted the comment hinting that she is feeling broody.
However, she immediately cleared up confusion and told her 23, 200 followers that they would have to wait a could of years before she would be announcing a pregnancy.
One fan stated: ‘HAILIE JADE THE SECOND??????????’
To which the social media influencer replied: ‘Not yet [Relieved face emoji]’
When one fan asked, ‘So when can we expect the “I’m pregnant!” Tweet [Smiling face with a cold sweat emoji]’, Hailie replied: ‘In about 2-3 years lol.’
Hallie has been dating Michigan State University college sweetheart Evan McClintock since 2016.
The social media star studied psychology, while her boyfriend pursued economics.
He does talk about grandkids alot ð https://t.co/nqih30JJKI
In about 2-3 years lol https://t.co/PpeRwjzudo
In 2014, when Hailie graduated with honours from her school in Michigan she thanked her parents.
She said of Kim and Em: ‘They have pushed me to be the person I am and have given me all the support to achieve what I have.’
Eminem – real name Marshall Mathers – shares Hailie with ex-wife Kimberly Scott.
They married in 1991, divorcing two years later in 2001 before reconciling and remarrying in 2006. Things didn’t last long second time round and they divorced again just months later.
The Venom rapper also has adopted daughter Whitney (who is Kim’s daughter from a previous relationship), and also cared for her niece’s daughter Alaina, whom he refers to as a daughter.
Hailie is mentioned in more than 20 of Eminem’s songs, including aptly titled Hailie’s Song, My Dad’s Gone Crazy, Kim, 97 Bonnie & Clyde, Beautiful and My Darling.
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