Eminem's Daughter Hailie Jade Mathers Is All Grown Up
By Rosalyn Oshmyansky
It's been almost 13 years since Eminem released "Hailie's Song" for his daughter.
Those lyrics in the outro, "Hailie, 'member when I said if you ever need anything, daddy will be right there? Well guess what? Daddy's here. And I ain't going nowhere baby. I love you!" are still just as sweet, but now, a new selfie shows that Hailie Jade Scott Mathers isn't Eminem's little girl anymore. She's all grown up.
When the rapper released the song about her in 2002, he told MTV that Hailie was the "driving force to stay busy" and the "number one reason for fear of failure." It's safe to say, his daughter has made him proud.
Now, Hailie is a high school grad who was also crowned homecoming queen. Eminem and Hailie's mother, Kim Mathers, were there to support her when she won the title.
In a 2011 Rolling Stone interview, Eminem spoke about the importance of being a good father and what it meant to him. "Just being there. Not missing things. If there's anything important going on, regardless of what it is, I'm there," he told the magazine.