Hailie Jade Scott, Eminem’s daughter, said she was “so freaking happy” after seeing 50 Cent perform with her father
Since the sixth grade, she had not seen Uncle Fif’s performance.
Hailie Jade Scott hasn’t seen her dad’s friend 50 Cent perform live in a very long time. However, when Eminem’s 27-year-old daughter went to see Uncle Fif last weekend at the Pine Knob Amphitheater in Clarkson, Michigan, she was really made up by the sight of the G-Unit general standing next to her father, Shady.
In the latest edition of her podcast, Just a Little Shady, Scott said, “We went to the 50 Cent concert, and I was so freaking happy.” “I haven’t seen him perform since—I swear, I believe it was in sixth grade. It has been a very long time.
Scott said that the reason she was “just so happy” was because she believed that 50 had “so many bangers” that people tend to forget about. As co-host and friend Brittany Ednie put it, “Yeah, there are the legendary club songs, but there are also so many more,” she exclaimed. “There are so many plays that you think’ Bop after bop after bop.
She said that she and her fiancé Evan McClintock were talking about the lavish production values of the tour, remarking that she hasn’t “seen that level of production” in a long time, with constant pyro, confetti cannоns, and, of course, 50’s explosive special guest.
“And dad came out too, but I’m not sure why. “Dad came out” is the only way I can put it. Scott giggled at her parents’ appearance on “Patiently Waiting,” which prompted the longtime friends to relive their Grammy-winning collaboration, “Crаck a Bottle.”
When Slim Shady bounded out to perform “Lose Yourself” and “Stan” at Detroit’s Ford Field in July, Scott said she knew Eminem was going to collaborate with Ed Sheeran live before it occurred, but she just learned about the 50 slot right before it happened.
Regarding the instant energy boost that occurred when the dynamic pair started playing together, she added, “But still, no matter what, I get so hyped because I can just see the crowd being so happy.” Scott recounted the incident by saying that she was saying, “He was living his best life the entire time!” to a man who had been seated in front of her at first but had moved up a row when her company showed up, and I said, “Yes!” Man, you should be right there!
50’s Final Lap tour will continue as it begins its international leg in Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome.