Eminem adopted his daughter Alina in 2004 – his late mother is the twin sister of his ex-wife Kim Scott.
Slim Shady’s daughter is getting married.
Alaina Scott, who was adopted by Eminem in the mid-2000s, announced their engagement Showcasing her longtime boyfriend Matt Moeller on a bent knee in a heartwarming Instagram post.
“This moment. This life,” she captioned the post Tuesday, which included photos of the pair’s big moment on the roof of The Monarch Club in Detroit. “Yeah a hundred times over. I love you.”
As Moller took the question, 28-year-old Scott looked at her and smiled.
She also shared a close-up image of her engagement ring, which looked like an emerald cut diamond with a gold bar.
The soon-to-be-married couple has been dating for over seven years. Scott paid tribute to her boyfriend on their most recent anniversary in July.
“While my love for you has somehow grown over the past 7 years, one thing has remained the same – you are my favorite person,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.
“You are my best friend, best fur dad and best companion. Thank you for loving me as effortlessly as you do. Happy anniversary, ILY.”
Eminem adopted Alina from his biological mother, Don Scott, who is the twin sister of his ex-wife Kim Scott.
The “Not Afraid” rapper first revealed her adoption in 2004 Rolling stone Interview, in which he said that he has full custody of Alina.
In addition to Alina, Eminem is the father of a 25-year-old daughter Hailey Jade Mathers, which he shares with Kim and 19-year-old Stevie Laine, who came out as non-binary earlier this year. Eminem also adopted Stevie, whom Kim, 46, had with ex Eric Harter.
Alaina’s mother Don died of a suspected drug overdose in 2016.
Eminem has always been a major presence in Elena’s life and dropped her and Hailey’s names on their 2004 track “Mockingbird”.
“I have full custody of my niece and joint custody of Hailey,” he once said in an interview. “I was always there for Hailey, and my niece has been a part of my life ever since she was born. I and Kim had so much, she would have stayed with us wherever she was.
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