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Eminem’s adopted child, 19, comes out as non-binary

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Stevie wrote: ‘Watch me become more comfortable with myself’ and ‘forever growing and changing’, and has used the hashtags ‘#genderfluid #bi and #nonbinary’ in several posts.

The post was liked by their sister Hailie Jade, 25, who is Eminem’s biological daughter with Kim.

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According to The Sun, the teenager’s new name was referenced in their grandmother Kathleen Sluck’s obituary last month.

It read: ‘Kathleen was an exceptional mom to her two daughters; Kim and Dawn; and was overjoyed to become a grandmother to her grandchildren; Alaina, Adam, Hailie, Stevie, P.J., and Parker.’

Stevie came out as bisexual in 2017, and at the time their Instagram bio requested to be referred by the pronouns she/ they.

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The teenager said in a now-deleted post: ‘Happy national coming out day!’ I am bisexual???? I would like to say you’re perfect the way you are and that love is love!?????????? be yourself!’

Stevie’s biological father is Eric Hartter, a tattoo artist, who died of a suspected drug overdose in 2019, after a history of substance abuse and brush-ins with the law.

Kim had Stevie six months after her divorce from the rapper in 2001. Eminem was already father to Hailie at the time.

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Eminem adopted Stevie in 2005, after reconciling with his ex-wife Kim and previously spoke about how he wanted to provide a stable environment for his child.

The Slim Shady hitmaker also has an adopted daughter Alaina, 28, whose mother is Kim’s late twin sister Dawn. Dawn died of a drug overdose in 2016.

The musician has shielded his children from the spotlight but shared a rare insight into being a father in a Rolling Stones Interview in 2004, where he also spoke about Kim’s history with substance abuse.

‘You can never let a child feel like it’s her fault for what’s goin’ on,’ he said.



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