Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade Scott is heating up the ‘Gram.
The rapper’s 23-year-old daughter with ex Kim Mathers is all grown up and flaunting her assets on social media. Hailee rang in 2019 by posting a throwback photo of her in a bikini in an indoor pool from her vacation to Australia.
“I don’t think i’ll ever stop posting about this place #tbt,” she captioned the shot.
The social media influencer, who has 1.4 million followers on Instagram, shared other pics from her birthday celebration. On Christmas Day, her actual birthday, she posted a pic of her blowing out the candles on her cake. “Happy birthday to me & happy holidays to you,” she wrote.
It appears as though Hailie is also a Nicki Minaj fan. She shared videos on Instagram Stories of her working out in the gym to Nicki’s hits including “Chun-Li” and “Feeling Myself.”
Eminem has rapped about Hailie throughout his career, including 2004’s “Mockingbird” and 2017’s “Castle,” which finds Em writing a letter to his daughter in three different stages of his life.
He most recently referenced her on “Not Alike” off his Kamikaze album, which ignited his beef with Machine Gun Kelly.
In 2012, the Cleveland rapper tweeted that Em’s daughter was “hot as f**k,” which reportedly led Em to ban him from his Shade 45 channel on SiriusXM. “I don’t use sublims and sure as f**k don’t sneak diss / But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie…” rapped Em.
Despite her large social following, Hailie maintains a private life. She lives in her own home near her family in Detroit and remains close with her father, who she joined on the road during his festival performances at Bonnaroo and Governors Ball.
“Of course, we are very close,” she told the Daily Mail in June.
According to the publication, Hailie graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in psychology, but has little interest in following in her father’s famous footsteps. “I’m not sure yet, it’s kind of up in the air, still,” said Hailee of her career plans. “People have been reaching out through [Instagram], as I don’t have any [management].”