Eminem’s 27-Year-Old Daughter Hailie Is Engaged To Longtime Boyfriend Evan McClintock

“I love you @evanmcclintock11,” Hailie wrote on Instagram, tagging her now-fiancé.


Christine Sellers


Posted on February 10, 2023

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Hailie Jade Mathers, fiancé Evan McClintock; Photo Courtesy of Erika Christine Photography

Hailie Jade Mathers, daughter of rapper Eminem, is engaged.

The 27-year-old shared a series of photos to her Instagram account on Feb. 4 after Evan McClintock, her boyfriend of six years, decided to pop the question.

“Casual weekend recap,” Mathers wrote, including crying face, heart, and ring emojis in her caption. “I love you @evanmcclintock11,” she added, tagging her now-fiancé.

In the first shot, the couple could be seen popping a bottle of champagne. The second shot captures the moment McClintock got down on one knee and made the proposal and the third shot features a close-up of Mathers’ ring as she enjoys a glass of champagne.

Upon sharing the news, a flood of social media users expressed their congratulations to the couple.

“You’re all grown up. Congrats Hailie!” Former Disney Channel stars and sister singing duo, Aly and AJ wrote.

“Congratulations!” Personal trainer Linn Lowes said, including heart and champagne bottle emojis in her comment.

“Congratulations,” Makeup, skincare, and clothing brand founder Anna Petrosian added.

Fans also commented on Mather’s post, with one, writing, “Imagine having to ask Em to marry his daughter.”

“I wonder if [his] knees were weak and his arms were heavy,” another said, referencing the rapper’s 2002 hit, “Lose Yourself.”

Mathers and McClintock met in 2016 while they were both students at Michigan State University, according to the Daily Mail. Despite being the daughter of a famous rapper, Mathers tends to keep her relationship with McClintock private, only occasionally sharing photos of her beau on social media.

“I rarely share my feed, but when I do I’m happy it’s with you,” the 27-year-old wrote in the caption of a photo she posted back in July 2021. The photo finds the couple lying side by side outdoors with McClintock in a T-shirt and Mathers in a hat and rust-colored dress.

“Yesterday & every day,” another shot of the pair kissing amid the sunset, posted in February 2022, reads.

In addition to being Eminem’s daughter, Mathers is also a social media influencer and host of the Just A Little Shady Podcast, which pays homage to her dad’s 2000 hit, “The Real Slim Shady.”

Mathers launched the podcast in July 2022, according to PEOPLE, sharing that it had “been in the works for a while.” The podcast, which Mathers co-hosts with Brittany Ednie, focuses on life and pop culture while “get[ting] a little shady,” according to its Instagram bio.

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Although the 50-year-old rapper typically refrains from discussing his personal life, he did share an update on his 27-year-old daughter back in 2020 during an interview on professional boxer Mike Tyson’s podcast, Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson, according to Page Six.

“No babies,” Eminem said when asked if his daughter had any children. “Just a boyfriend. She’s doing good,” he said, also according to the outlet. “She’s made me proud for sure.”

Mathers is the rapper’s oldest biological child, whom he shares with ex-wife Kim Scott, PEOPLE reported. The rapper also adopted his niece Alaina Marie Scott, 29 and Stevie Laine Scott, 20, his ex-wife’s child from another relationship.

Eminem’s 27-year-old daughter opened up about what it was like having the rapper as her father on the first episode of her Just A Little Shady podcast.

“Obviously we were in a normal public school, we never thought anything was different I don’t know, we had so many normal experiences that when something like [going on her dad’s tour bus] happened, I thought like, ‘Oh, everybody else does this too.’ Not realizing that like, no, that’s freaking weird,” she said.

“It’s so fun to look back, when we have these conversations here, wherever, like thinking back as an adult, like, ‘Wow, that’s actually so surreal.’ Those memories of me thinking those were normal things, now I look back and I’m like, ‘Holy crap, that was cool.’”

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