Eminem's Daughter Alaina Scott Engaged To Boyfriend Matt Moeller
Eminem's daughter Alaina Scott is a bride-to-be!
The 28-year-old — who is known for being the adopted daughter of the rap superstar — shared the happy news with a sweet Instagram post over the weekend.
In the first photo, Alaina's now-fiancé Matt Moeller is seen on one knee while popping the question to his longtime love. The next slide shows the smitten pair locking lips moments later.
In the third photo, Alaina showed off the stunning rock on her finger, which appeared to be an emerald cut diamond ring.
"This moment. this life. ❤️ yes a hundred times over. I LOVE YOU," the caption on the post read.
Eminem — whose real name is Marshall Mathers — adopted Alaina, who is technically his niece after her mom, Dawn Scott (the sister of the rapper's ex-wife, Kim Scott) was unable to care for her. The soon-to-be newlywed's birth mother struggled with substance addiction before passing away in 2016.
"My niece has been part of my life ever since she was born," Eminem previously told Rolling Stone. "Me And Kim pretty much had her, she'd live with us wherever we was at."
The 49-year-old music mogul also adopted 19-year-old Stevie Laine, who came out as nonbinary earlier this year, OK! reported.
Stevie is the child of Kim and Eric Hartter, who died in 2019 following an overdose on cocaine and fentanyl.
Eminem adopted Stevie with Kim in 2005, even though the pair previously split up in 2001. They eventually remarried in 2006 before divorcing later that year.
The former flames also share 25-year-old daughter Hailie, who is the "Lose Yourself" artist's only biological daughter and perhaps the most well-known of his three kids.
Alaina's exciting news was a great way to end the family's troublesome year. As OK! reported, Kim was rushed to the hospital following a reported suicide attempt in July. She was found on the bathroom floor of her Michigan home, surrounded by a pool of blood.
Kim was described as having “difficulty speaking, was slurring her speech and later fluctuated in various levels of consciousness,” OK! reported, and she even tried striking an officer.
She also had a “small cardboard shipping box” with messages to her family on it, including a “‘Do Not Resuscitate’ request” that looked like it was written in blood.