Eminem’s daughter, Hailie Jade, is back in headlines after she revealed her “wild” side, just two weeks after she defended her Dad over his latest murder-themed-album and controversial lyrics. The 24-year-old brunette went all out with her zebra print booties which she flaunted in the latest Instagram post. She told the world that social media bombshell could not be messed with when it comes to her outfit of the day.
She Proved Herself As The Trend-Setter
Although, She created an outfit with tight black pants and an oversized brown overcoat to keep herself warm through the winters. She completed her look by pairing her outfit with zebra print boots with heels, black shoulder bag and dark-framed cat-eyed sunglasses.
She captioned the picture as “Happy happy Monday, everyone!”.
Moreover, She not only showed her insane style. She also was hawking the popular fashion app LiketoKnow, which showed her fans where they can get the look from and flaunt their outfits too.
This year had started as very eventful so far. She has been seen as being selective about what she posts on social media. But she didn’t shy away from standing up for her father when people trolled him for his controversial lyrics.
Controversial Lyrics In Eminem’s Album
Album recently dropped a surprise album named “Music To Be Murdered By” in January. His fans took to social media to report that a few songs appeared to be pointing towards Ariana Grande.
The song “Unaccommodating” had lyrics stating. “But I’m contemplating yelling ‘bombs away’ on the game/Like I’m outside of an Ariana Grande concert waiting.” Fans claimed that the lyrics were insensitive to the tragic mishappening. Eminem also added an explosive sound effect.
Jade Took Her Dad’s Side Against The Trolls
Fans labelled the Ariana lyric as “disgusting”. However, Jade didn’t just take it in and supported her father and addressed the issue.
Much later, Eminem in an open letter to the fans, said that people need to listen to the music more closely. He further explained that our society has become “obsessed” and “fascinated” with murder.
He further added that the lyrics were made to create affirmative action and shock the conscience.