Photos of rapper Eminem's teenage daughter Hailie Jade Scott Mathers are currently going viral on the web. The high school senior was just named Homecoming Queen at Chippewa Valley High School. As Mstars previously reported...
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Slim Shady's daughter Hailie Jade Scott Mathers is all grown up... and she's absolutely stunning! Can fans believe that the little girl featured on Slim Shady's hit rap song "Mocking Bird" and "97 Bonnie & Clyde" is now this beautifully smart teenager?
And according to several gossip reports, Miss Mathers was recently crowned her high school's homecoming queen! Check out the ABC News screenshot captured at the Chippewa Valley High School homecoming football game. Hailie stands alongside fellow student and Homecoming King, Tyler Knepp:
And here Hailie is with her mom, Kim:
The popular gossip webloid MediaTakeOut.com points out that not only has Hailie grown into a lovely young lady, but she's also "smart and very community oriented."
Eminem must be so proud! Proof that despite Shady's anger against Hailie's mom Kim, he's still an amazing dad!
Eyewitnesses confirm that 40-year-old, Detroit-born Mathers was there to watch his daughter's crowning win from the sidelines. The local newspaper Macomb Daily quotes one parent saying, "Hailie came out with her mother Kim (Scott) when she was introduced with all the other kids but her father watched from inside the school because he didn't want to cause a scene - he wanted Hailie to have her own moment."
"I heard our people had him in the cafeteria so he could see what was going on outside, but I can't confirm that," said President of Chippewa Valley Board of Education George Sobah.
Another parent reveals that Shady couldn't stop beaming. He was so proud of his little girl and her accomplishments, but he didn't want to steal her moment - "He opened the door and looked out like - 'That's my daughter!' He just looked like a proud father."
For more details, check out the Macomb Daily.
No word on whether or not Hailie's vocals will be featured on Shady's new album MMLP2, which hits stores on November 5.