Eminem’s Daughter Hailie Jade Gets Engaged to Long-Time Boyfriend

Eminem's daughter, Hailie Jade

Eminem’s little girl is all grown up. In fact, she’s getting married! That’s right, Hailie Jade recently shared the news on social media that she got engaged to her long-time boyfriend, Evan McClintock, after six years of dating.

Eminem’s Daughter Is Tying the Knot

While to many, Hailie Jade is primarily known as Eminem’s daughter, to others, she’s a podcast host and a social media influencer with over 3 million followers. Hailie shared the exciting announcement with her followers on Instagram in a sweet post captioning the date she said yes and tagging her beau.

Hailie Jade and Evan McClintock's engagement photo

Along with the caption, the Just a Little Shady podcast also shared several photos, one of which showed McClintock down on his knee, likely popping the big question. The newly engaged couple were all smiles as they celebrated the exciting news. Hailie’s sister Alaina Marie Scott was quick to leave a lovely comment under the post expressing her joy for this amazing new chapter in their lives. The singer-sister duo Aly and AJ also weighed in, giving their congrats in the comments.

The News Is No Surprise

Hailie Jade and Evan McClintock

Hailie, whom Eminem shares with his ex-wife Kim Mathers, and Evan have been together since 2016 after they met at Michigan State University, where they both went to school. Hailie rarely shares pictures with her beau on her Instagram feed, but as she once captured one of their photos — “I rarely share my feed, but when I do, I’m happy it’s with you.” So, in a way, the news of their engagement comes as no surprise for those who have been following the couple’s love story.

Eminem's Daughter Hailie Jade

In a 2020 interview, Eminem was asked about his daughter Hailie, to which he simply responded, “She’s made me proud for sure.” Hailie’s latest project is her podcast, Just a Little Shady (a reference to her dad’s hit song “The Real Slim Shady”), where she doesn’t shy away from sharing her opinions and getting “a little shady” while discussing pop culture and her own life.