Eminem’s Daughter, Hailie Jade, Marries Evan McClintock - Beyond Boders

Eminem’s Daughter, Hailie Jade, Marries Evan McClintock

Hailie Jade, the daughter of famous rapper, Eminem, has married her longtime boyfriend, Evan McClintock.

The wedding which was attended by their family and friends, saw 28-year-old Hailie, sharing her happiness on Instagram with many photos from the wedding. She wrote, “Waking up a wife this week.”

The bride wore a beautiful white strapless dress with a long veil, adding to the special feel of the day.

“So many happy tears were shed. Laughs & smiles were had, & so much love was felt. Evan and I are feeling so grateful for all of the family & friends that traveled to support us and be a part of this new chapter of our lives as husband & wife,” she continued.

The wedding took place at a fancy venue in Battle Creek, Michigan; a special moment was the father-daughter dance with Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers.

Beyond Boders notes that Hailie and Evan have been together since 2016. They got engaged in February 2023.

Hailie announced the engagement on Instagram with a post showing the date and a ring emoji, saying, “Casual weekend recap… 2.4.23. I love you @evanmcclintock11.”

Though they have kept most of their relationship private, Hailie had sometimes shared moments of their time together on social media.

Last year on Valentine’s Day, she shared her deep love for Evan, showing the strength of their relationship.

Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on October 17, 1972, in St. Joseph, Missouri, is a well-known rapper, songwriter, and music producer.

He is considered one of the greatest and most influential artistes in hip-hop history, and started rapping as a teenager, taking part in freestyle battles, gaining respect in Detroit’s underground rap scene.

He released his first album, “Infinite,” in 1996, but it did not get much attention. His big break came with “The Slim Shady LP” in 1999, produced by Dr. Dre.

The album was a huge success, with hits like “My Name Is,” and won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.

He followed this with more successful albums like “The Marshall Mathers LP” (2000) and “The Eminem Show” (2002).



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