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Rapper Eminem's 19-year-old child, now known as Stevie, has shared their coming out as non-binary story in a joyful TikTok video, saying they're now far "more comfortable" with themselves. The definition from Stonewall UK describes non-binary as an "umbrella term for people whose gender identity doesn’t sit comfortably with 'man' or 'woman'".
Taking to social media, the teenager (who is the biological daughter of Eminem's ex-wife, Kimberly Scott, and who was adopted by the rapper as a toddler) shared a 'transformation' video, showing them moving away from female presenting clothes, towards embracing their new identity and chosen name of Stevie.
The video was captioned: "forever growing and changing <3 #greenscreen #genderfluid #bi #life" and initially begins with a series of images showing Stevie with longer hair and audible crying can be heard, with the words 'Whitney she/her' overlaid on the screen. The words 'Whitney she/they' then appear, as more images showing Stevie shortening and then shaving their hair are shown, before the words 'Stevie they/she' appear.
Finally, alongside more photos, the words change to say 'Stevie all pronouns'.
The video has now been viewed over 127,000 times and has seen Stevie receive a tonne of love and support in the comments. One fellow TikTok user wrote, "I came out as non binary a few weeks ago and I just wanna say I'm so happy for you and very proud!" to which Stevie replied, "Aw thank you so much <3 I am so happy for you and proud of you too!".
Others, sadly, were less supportive but tbh who needs that kind of negativity? So we won't go into that.
Eminem also has two other children, one being Hailie Jade, who was referenced in a lot of his music in the early noughties (and is now bossing it as an influencer with a casual 2 million followers):
The rapper, who's real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, also raised and adopted Alaina Mathers, who is his niece – via his ex-wife Kim's sister, Dawn. Alaina is also active on social media and describes herself as posting 'body positive' content, alongside running a book club.
In a previous interview with Rolling Stone, while discussing parenthood, Eminem said, "Being a dad is definitely living a double life. Taking the kids to school, picking ’em up, teaching ’em rules. I’m not saying I’m the perfect father, but the most important thing is to be there for my kids and raise them the right way."
We're so happy to hear Stevie sounding so positive about their life now.
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