Eminem's Daughter Hailie Jade Scott Was 'So Freaking Happy' to See Her Dad Perform with 50 Cent

The social media influencer reflected on her experience on the latest episode of her podcast

<p>Hailie Scott/Instagram;  Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic; Prince Williams/WireImage</p> Hailie Jade Scott, Eminem, 50 Cent

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Hailie Jade Scott, Eminem, 50 Cent

Hailie Jade Scott will forever be her dad's biggest fan!

The social media influencer, 27, reflected on watching her dad Eminem perform with 50 Cent during the "In Da Club" rapper's recent tour stop in Detroit.

"We went to the 50 Cent concert, and I was so freaking happy," expressed Scott on the latest episode of the Just a Little Shady podcast. "I have not seen him perform since, like, I seriously think it was like the sixth grade. It’s been so long."

Related: Eminem Surprised the Crowd at 50 Cent's Detroit Tour Stop: 'One of the Best Friends I've Ever Known'

The podcast host praised the "Just a Little Bit" rapper, 48, for having "so many bangers" and complimented the "actual production" of the entire show.

"I have never seen that level of production," she said. "I mean, pyro, confetti cannons. There was one song where pyro went off for the entire song."

While she admitted that she knew her dad, 50, was going to make a surprise appearance, she expressed that she gets excited to see people react to his performances.

"I get so hyped because I just see the crowd being so happy," she explained as she described one fan's experience at the concert.

Related: 50 Cent Says Eminem Turned Down a Joint 2022 World Cup Performance That Would've Made Them $9 Million

<p>Michael Buckner/Variety/Penske Media via Getty</p> 50 Cent and Eminem

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50 Cent and Eminem

"There was this guy in front of us. He originally was in our seats, and he was not supposed to be there," she said. "So he just climbed over and went in the seats in front of us. He was living his best life the entire time. Thankfully, nobody came to those seats, so he didn’t get kicked out. I was just like, yes! You deserve to be right there."

Scott ended the segment by expressing it was "one of my best Sunday's in a long time." 50 Cent also reflected on his time on stage with the "Mockingbird" rapper by sharing a clip of the concert on Instagram and writing in the caption, "👀Bro when I do anything with EM people just go crazy they know he really my boy. I love him till death!”

In the clip, Eminem is heard praising his fellow hip-hop legend in front of the crowd by saying into the mic, “Detroit, make some noise for one of the best friends I’ve ever known: 50 Cent! Make some noise for hip-hop’s 50th birthday, y’all — it’s still hip-hop’s 50th birthday. Detroit, I love y’all!”

While 50 Cent will begin the next leg of his tour on Thursday with a performance in the Netherlands, he has also been busy working on making the 2002 film 8 Mile into a television show.

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The "Candy Shop" rapper shared earlier this year during an appearance on the BigBoyTV YouTube channel that a series based on the semi-autographical film is "in motion" and revealed that Eminem is on board to assist with the production. In a recent interview with Men's Health, he provided an update on the series by stating that it will be "just as big as the feature film."

“It’ll be huge," he said. "The interest in it is because the time period of 8 Mile was capturing per the bat, so as we move it into modern times you’ll see things about how we function now, how technology changed the way people enter the music business."

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