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Eminem attended Lincoln High School in Warren, Michigan. He graduated from school at the age of 17, because he had to finish 9th grade twice.
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Father: Marshall Bruce Mathers, Jr. (left the family, when Eminem was 1 year old)
Mother: DeborahR. Nelson Mathers-Briggs
Siblings: Eminem has a half-brother, named Nathan.
Wives and kids: Bruce was married to Kimberly Anne Scott twice. They have one daughter, Hailie, born in December 25, 1995.
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Eminem is now single. He was rumored many times to be in relationship with Rihanna and other co-working girls.
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Eminem’s net worth is estimated at 200 million dollars.
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Marshall lives in a mansion in Rochester-Hill,Michigan
Eminem has a collection of more than 20 cars, among which are such models as Hammer, Jeep and Cadillac.
Melissa Sandoval (Music Stars)
Jorja Smith (Music Stars)
Donald Glover (TV Actors)
Hoodie Allen (Rappers)
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- He was named “King of rap” by “The Rolling Stone” magazine.
- Eminem has adopted two kids: his ex-wife’s daughter and daughter of Kim’s sister.
- He is the first person on Facebook with 78 million likes.
- Eminem’s fans call themselves “Stans”, according to the song “Stan”.
- His daughter is now very popular on Instagram.
- Young Marshall was bullied at school, because of rapping as well.
✎edit Misc Questions
Why did Eminem choose a nickname like that?
His nickname is a spelling of the combination M&M; these letters mean “Marshall Mathers”, his name and surname.
Is everybody OK with his texts?
NO. His own mother even suited him for the words about her in his album “Slim Shady”. His ex-wife suited him for the same thing. Many people were against some of his texts, because they found them homophobic and offensive.
Does Eminem have any achievements except musical success?
Yes. He is also known as an actor. Behind his roles are cameos (“Funny People”, “The Interview”) and serious characters (“8 Mile”).