Eminem’s Daughter Alaina Had a Few Hilarious Emojis for the Rapper After His ‘Houdini’ Diss

Eminem didn’t hold back with his fiery “Houdini” single as he had smoke for everybody — even his three children weren’t exempt from his disses.


The Detroit legend turned the clock back to the early 2000s, channeling his Slim Shady alter-ego with his first single of 2024 — which dropped May 31 — as he heads into his The Death of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce) album this summer. Em dissed his mentor and close friends Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, along with his kids on the magic-themed track’s final verse.

“F–k them f–k Dre, f–k Jimmy, f–k me, f–k you, f–k my own kids they’re brats,” he raps in classic Eminem fashion.

Em’s 31-year-old daughter, Alaina Marie Scott, responded to the jab in the comments section of his May 31 post on the next day with four middle-finger emojis.

Fans had a laugh at the playful response, as her comment compiled more than 1,400 likes and 70 replies.

For those who don’t know, Em adopted Alaina in the early 2000s as her mother, who is his ex-wife Kim Scott’s sister, struggled with addiction. He is also the father to the newly married Hailie Jade and Stevie. All three of his kids were also featured in the “Houdini” music video.

Hailie revealed she tied the knot with Evan McClintock in a heartfelt Instagram post on May 20. Photos emerged from the ceremony, featuring Em taking part in the daddy-daughter dance.

“Waking up a wife this week,” she emotionally began in her post. ⁣”We couldn’t have asked for a better, more beautiful weekend celebration. So so many happy tears were shed, laughs & smiles were had, & so much love was felt.


Hailie continued: “Evan and I are feeling so grateful for all of the family & friends that traveled to support us and be a part of this new chapter of our lives as husband & wife.”

Em’s kids, Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine weren’t the only ones who got name-dropped on “Houdini.” Slim Shady also brought up his manager Paul Rosenberg, RuPaul, Harry Houdini and Megan Thee Stallion.

Watch the “Houdini” video below.

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