Eminem’s daughter comes out as ‘non-binary’
Rapper Eminem’s daughter Whitney has come out as “non-binary” and now goes by the name “Stevie” and will use “they/she/he” pronouns going forward.
“forever growing and changing <3 #greenscreen #genderfluid #bi #life,” Stevie wrote in the caption of the coming-out video posted to TikTok. “Watch me become more comfortable with myself” is written over top the video.
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The video begins with someone sounding like they are crying and slow, melancholy music plays in the background of a slideshow of images showing Whitney slowly turning into Stevie over time.
One TikTok user asked how she came up with the name “Stevie.”
“I spent a long time trying to pick a name I felt uncomfortable with and the first name I felt comfortable with is Stevie!” She replied.
“You look good, but my condolences to your mental health,” replied another.
Stevie also announced that she is working on changing her official name on her passport.
“Yay! You’re something that doesn’t exist! How awesome! said another.
The “Stan” rapper, 48, adopted Stevie, who is his ex-wife Kim Scott’s biological daughter with Eric Hartter, in 2005 when he had briefly reconciled with Scott.
The name Stevie was first used publicly to identity Whitney when it appeared in the obituary for the family’s late grandmother, Kathleen Sluck, who died in July. 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.”