Eminem‘s daughter, Hailie Jade, is revealing her wild side just two weeks after defending her famous dad over his murder-themed album and controversial lyrics. The 24-year-old social media influencer flashed a grin and flaunted her stylish curves while stepping out in zebra print booties in her latest Instagram post. Showing off her insane style in a mix of trendy looks, Eminem’s brunette bombshell daughter proved she’s a force to be reckoned with when it comes to her outfit of the day.
Pairing her wild animal boots with tight black pants and an oversized brown peacoat to keep warm during the winter, Hailie Jade paired her fashion-forward lewk with a black shoulder bag and dark-framed cat-eyed sunglasses. “Happy happy Monday everyone!” she captioned the post showing the leaves falling behind her. But she wasn’t just showing fans her new threads, she was hawking the popular fashion app LIKEtoKnow.it
which shows followers where they can get the look too. The recent college graduate has been selective with her posts on Instagram in the new year, but she wasn’t shy about sticking up for her dad against trolls.
When Eminem dropped his surprise album “Music To Be Murdered By” last month, fans took issue with several songs including one that appeared to be aimed at Ariana Grande. In the song “Unaccommodating,” there’s a lyric which many said made light of the Manchester bombing in 2017 that took place after her concert. Music fans were fuming and took to social media to air out their frustrations about the “insensitive” lyrics that state: “But I’m contemplating yelling ‘bombs away’ on the game/Like I’m outside of an Ariana Grande concert waiting.” The 47-year-old also added an explosion sound effect over the lyrics.
Listeners labeled the Ariana Grande diss as “disgusting” and accused the rapper of making light of the terrorist attack, but Hailie Jade didn’t just sit back and let people talk ill about her dad. She took to social media and seemingly addressed the controversial lyrics of her father’s music head-on. Weeks later, Eminem stood his ground on the album and stated that people needed to “listen more closely.” Writing an open letter to his fans, Hailie Jade’s dad explained his reasoning for the murder-themed album. Stating that our society has become “obsessed” and “fascinated” with murder, Eminem said, “I thought why not make a sport of it, and murder over beats?” Warning “this album was not made for the squeamish,” the rapper stated the lyrics were designed to “shock the conscience” and hopes they’ll “cause positive action.”