Eminem feels happy and grateful to his fans for his 51st ‘birthday wishes’ and hopes that fans will still support his musical journey at the BET hip hop awards!
Raise a glass in celebration of Eminem’s milestone birthday!
The legendary rap icon marked his 51st year on this earth, and true to his signature style, he took to X (formerly Twitter) to express his gratitude for the outpouring of love from fans. But being Eminem, he couldn’t resist injecting his unique sense of humor into the mix.
With a cheeky smile, Eminem playfully responded, “A heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you for the incredible birthday wishes!!!” And in his unmistakable fashion, he added a mischievous twist, urging everyone to “sucƙ it!!!!”
Eminem’s unabashed and irreverent personality shines through even in his birthday messages, reminding us why he continues to captivate audiences worldwide. His ability to effortlessly blend gratitude with a touch of humor is just one of the many reasons why fans adore him.
The “Lose Yourself” performer received celebratory messages from multiple fellow emcees, including his longtime friend Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. “Happy Birthday to the living legend @Eminem,” wrote the “Candy Shop” performer on X (formerly Twitter), sharing several photos of the pair together. “love you to deаth man, God bless […] wishing you many more.”
Joyner Lucas, whom Eminem collaborated with on the 2018 single “Lucky You,” also took to the platform to mark the occasion. “He was the 1 rapper that I wаnted approval from. Maybe it’s because musically he birthed my style and from age 13 this dude was like a god to me,” wrote the musician.
“Marshall Happy birthday and thank you for your contributions to both the game AND my life,” continued Lucas, writing alongside a clip from the “Lucky You” music video.
Earlier this month, Eminem was spotted on a rare public outing with daughter Hailie Jade Scott to see the a football match between the Detroit Lions and the Carolina Panthers at Ford Field in the father-daughter duo’s Michigan home state.
The “Mockingbird” rapper shared a photo of himself at the game that featured him flexing his arm muscles from inside his suite, and also posted a video of him cheering on the team set to his 2002 “Lose Yourself.” In the video, Eminem leans over in his seat at one point to chat with Scott, 27.
Scott, meanwhile, shared moments from the game to her own Instagram feed, including a solo shot of her standing in a Lions hat with the field in the background.
The Just a Little Shady podcast host, whom Eminem shares with ex-wife Kim Mathers, also posted video of her fiancé Evan McClintock waving a Lions flag — and poked fun at a recent viral Taylor Swift moment in her caption.
The outing marked a rare public appearance for Eminem, who still lives in his native Detroit. In July, he joined Ed Sheeran onstage for a surprise performance of “Lose Yourself” and “Stan,” and last month, did the same with 50 Cent during his tour stop in Detroit.
Scott — who is mentioned nearly two dozen times in her dad’s songs — attended the 50 Cent show, and said on her podcast that she was “so freaking happy” to hear the “In Da Club” rapper perform.
“I have not seen him perform since, like, I seriously think it was like the sixth grade,” she said. “It’s been so long.”