One of Eminem's children has opened up about their first serious relationship after announcing that they're non binary.
Stevie Laine Scott – who was adopted by the 8-Mile star in 2005 – announced their genderfluid, non-binary status with a TikTok video celebrating how they were "becoming more comfortable with" who they are.
They have since appeared on sister Hailie’s Just a Little Shady podcast, explaining how their long-distance relationship with TikTok influencer Declan Jace was becoming more serious.
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Stevie said: “He moved in with me last year… in December. It’s going really well, we’ve been together for two years now.” They added that long-distance relationships can work, but it takes a little effort, saying: “It’s hard but I feel like if you really have a connection with someone it can work, especially if you make time for it to work."
“I’d say this is my first serious relationship in my adult life,” they added. Fans have reacted positively to the influencer’s announcement, calling the pair “so cute”.
Stevie has explained that their chosen pronouns were “they / she / he” and in their announcement clarifying their status, added the hashtags “genderfluid” and “bi”.
Stevie was born on April, 2002, six months after their mum Kim Scott Mathers had broken up with the platinum-selling rap star. After Kim and Eminem got back together, the 8 Mile star legally adopted her child in 2005.
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Stevie’s biological father, Eric Hartter, died reportedly from a drug overdose in 2019. Eminem has another daughter, Hailie, 25, and 28-year-old Alaina, who he adopted after her mother, Kim’s twin sister, Dawn, died of a drug overdose in 2016.
Eminem had a tumultuous relationship with Kim – levelling scathing criticism of her in a number of his songs. She sued him for defamation after describing her violent death in “Kim" – a cut from his 2000 album The Marshall Mathers LP.
Another Eminem track from the same period, "'97 Bonnie & Clyde" describes a fictional episode where he and his daughter go to a lake to dispose of Kim's dead body.
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