Eminem dealt with a very scary and dangerous situation earlier this month after he came face to face with an intruder who had broken into his Detroit home.
According to reports, the incident occurred in early April, and went down around 4 am inside of Eminem’s home inside of a gated community.
Police in the area claims a man used a paving stone to smash in one of the rapper’s kitchen windows and made his way inside the house.
At that point, the alarm to Eminem’s home went off, and the rapper confronted the intruder inside of his living room. Of course, The rapper has his own security detail, but allegedly they were stationed near the front of the property, and this guy slipped into the back area.
The police came rushed to Em’s home and arrested 26-year-old Matthew David Hughes, who was booked on two felony charges of first-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of a building.
Hughes is being held in the Macomb County Jail on a $50,000 bond.
Unfortunately, it appears the home invasion intruder was not there for a smash and grab job, but wanted to get a face to face meeting with the rapper. Of course, this is why he has security in the first place, but something went horribly wrong.
No one was injured during the situation, but we are guessing the rapper is changing the configuration of his security.
Eminem made headlines earlier this month, after posting a picture of a new sobriety coin marking the anniversary of the day he decided to give up drugs and alcohol.
“Clean dozen, in the books! I’m not afraid,” he captioned the picture.
The rapper has shared the important moments with his millions of followers over the last few years. On the 10th anniversary, he shared a photo of the coin while performing at Coachella.
The 47-year-old legendary rapper also made headlines after he surprised healthcare workers at Henry Ford Health System Hospital in Detroit by donating tubs of his “mom’s spaghetti.”
You know the famous line from “Lose Yourself” — well the rapper donated a ton of food to front line workers with his special stamp on them.