Hailie Jade Mathers & Sister Alaina Scott Show Up To Support Dad Eminem During His Super Bowl Halftime Performance
Eminem had his biggest fans cheering him on during his Super Bowl halftime performance: His daughters.
The rapper's kiddos Hailie Jade Mathers, 26, and Alaina Scott, 28, were on hand to support him as he took the SoFi Stadium stage on Sunday, February 13, along with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and surprise guest 50 Cent for the biggest football game of the year.
The Michigan State University alum took to Instagram to show off her view from the stands along with the caption, "here for the halftime show, staying for stafford 🏈."
Hailie also posted several highlights from her family's big day in Los Angeles, including when her Grammy Award winning father got on the mic to perform his hit anthem “Lose Yourself" after doing a brief snippet of “Forgot About Dre.”
Eminem's older daughter — who is engaged to Matt Moeller — also made sure to capture some special moments from the day. “Came to the concert to watch a little bit of football😏 repping Detroit and supporting Stafford, let’s goooo💙," Alaina captioned a series of photos from the event.
Alaina also brought her followers inside the exclusive afterparty hosted by the "In Da Club" rapper following the much raved about half-time spectacular.
The "Stan" musician shares Hailie with ex-wife Kimberly Scott — whom he divorced in 2006. He later adopted Alaina, who is the daughter of his former spouse's sister Dawn Scott, in the early 2000's. Dawn passed away in 2016 of a drug overdose.
As OK! previously reported, Hailie revealed that besides being the daughter of the rap legend, she is also one of his biggest fans.
In December, Hailie posted her results from Spotify’s Wrapped — in which users share a summary of their most-listened to tunes and musical acts from the year — which revealed that not only was the “Venom” rapper her top artist, but she was in the top 3% of Eminem’s listeners for 2021.