Eminem has written songs dedicated to and about his daughter Hailie Jade Scott Mathers since he began his career.
Notable tracks dedicated to his daughter include Mockingbird (released in 2005 from the Encore album) and Hailie’s Song (released in 2002 from The Eminem Show album).
She sought full custody and requested million in reparations from Eminem, for the mental trauma she claimed to suffer from being the negative subject of several of his songs, specifically the 2000 track, “Kim.” The court battle ended in a settlement that included joint legal custody of Hailie, which, given Eminem’s love for his daughter, was considered a loss for the rapper; even his grandmother couldn’t understand why he accepted meeting his ex-wife midway so easily, instead of fighting harder for full custody.
However Hailie Jade Scott Mathers is now all grown up and garnering attention for herself.
But what is there to know about this child of the 90s?
LIKE EVER.” However Eminem shut down the feud by telling E!
(via his representatives) that the Twitter account was fake and not that of his daughter.
Lyrics from When I’m Gone (released in 2005) also relate to Hailie – while her own vocals feature on his 2002 tune My Dad’s Gone Crazy.