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Eminem's child has revealed they were once made to perform one of his tracks in front of their entire school. Have a look below:
Stevie shared his traumatic experience to his TikTok account, explaining that his choir teacher got him to lip-sync the track 'Rap God', which is from his 2013 release The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
In a video shared recently, the 19-year-old can be seen dancing on a stage with a group of other students.
A caption across the screen then reads: "Thinking about the time my choir teacher made me lip sync 'Rap God' in front of my entire school and everyone's families."
And while many of Stevie's followers joked that this would make a great 'villain origin story', others only had one question in mind: what did Slim Shady think about her performance?
Well, it would seem he was pretty pleased with it.
Replying to one user, Stevie joked: "Was jealous I performed it better than him LMAOO I'm jk thought it was funny."
This comes after the teenager revealed that he was gender-fluid.
Stevie posted an update to her TikTok account in which she shared her journey to becoming more at ease with who she is.
Stevie's mother is Eminem's ex-wife Kim Scott, and the rapper legally adopted them in 2005.
He put together a video montage, with a series of photos of himself from over the years.
It was posted with the words: "Watch me become more comfortable with myself."
In the video, Stevie explains they have now realised they are non-binary, and rather than using just he/him/his, she/her/hers, they/them/their, etc. they use all pronouns.
Since she posted the video, it has been viewed more than 8,000 times, with dozens of people commenting to show their support.
One user said: "Stevie, you are so pretty. I am very happy that you are feeling more comfortable with yourself even if I don't know you personally."
Another echoed these sentiments, adding: "It takes so much courage to do that. You're an amazing person."
One follower also asked why he came to choose the name Stevie.
To which he replied: "I spent a long time trying to pick a name I felt comfortable with and the first name I felt comfortable with is Stevie."