How Many Children Does Eminem Have?

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Marshall Bruce Mathers III also known as Eminem is an American rapper, record producer, and actor. He has one biological daughter, Hailie Jade Mathers was born in December 25, 1995 and two other adopted daughters Alaina Lainey Mathers, the child of Kimberley Scott's sister and Whitney, Scott's child from a previous relationship.
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Hailie Jade Scott-Mathers (15 years old) Alaina Marie Scott-Mathers (19 years old) and Whitney Laine Scott (10 years old) Hailie is his only blood related daughter, Alina is his neice
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Eminem has one child, Hailie Jade, born on Christmas Day, 1995. She is 13 years old. Ask us anything!
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Hailie Jade Scott is Eminem's only true child. Alaina Mathers is adopted.
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M&M children......Plain,Peanut,Almond,and
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Eminem has a daughter, Hailie Jade Scott, and two adopted daughters, Alaina and Whitney
Marshall Mathers, recording as Eminem, started rapping as a teenager in Detroit, Michigan. His self-produced recording The Slim Shady EP caught the attention of famed rapper and producer Dr. Dre, who helped Eminem produce The Slim Shady LP. The 1999 rec... More>>
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