Who is Alaina Marie Mathers?

Amanda Marie Scott, better known as Alaina Marie Mathers, was born on 3 May 1993 under the sign of Taurus, in USA and is a now 26-year-old former celebrity child, as she is one of three daughters of famous American rapper Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers 111.

How rich is she, as of now? Alaina Marie Mathers Net Worth

Alaina Marie Mathers’ career is yet to come since she is still a student. So, she presumably enjoys the support of her famous adoptive father, Eminem. Being one of the most successful music artists, he has an impressive net worth of over $230 million. Most recently, he gave custom-made matching necklaces to his daughters, reputedly paying around $375,000 each.

Biological Mother and Her Relationship with Eminem

Alaina Marie Mathers was born to Dawn Scott, the twin sister of Eminem’s ex-wife, Kimberly Anne ‘Kim’ Scott. Since her mother had several affairs with men, the identity of Aliana’s biological father remains a mystery. Her mother and aunt had a very difficult upbringing and Eminem was their only childhood friend who helped them a lot. After they ran away from their home, Dawn and Kim lived with Eminem and his mother Debbie Nelson, who was their guardian. Moreover, Eminem fell in love with Kim and married her; however, they later divorced.

Adoption and Name Change

Aliana’s mother Dawn became a drug addict apparently due to depression and poverty since she couldn’t earn enough money to make ends meet.

Although Eminem did his best to try to get her out of drug addiction, he couldn’t succeed. In 2002, he and Kim legally adopted Alaina to try and provide her with normal childhood and better future, and changed her name to Aliana Marie Mathers. On 19 January 2016, Dawn passed away from a heroin overdose – her body was found in her apartment in Warren, Michigan.

Her Siblings

Alaina has two biological brothers, named Adam who is her twin brother, and Patrick Scott. According to some reports, Adam was born mentally and physically handicapped since their mother used drugs during pregnancy. Alaina also has a step-sisters –Hailie Jade Scott Mathers is the only biological daughter of Eminem and Kim, and Whitney Scott Mathers, the daughter of Kim from her relationship with tattoo artist Eric Hartter. Whitney is also adopted by Eminem.

Relationship of Alaina and Eminem

Eminem is very close to his daughters, and has made sure that they feel like real sisters. He’s even mentioned them in some of his songs, including “Crazy In Love”, “Going Through Changes”, “Déjà Vu” and “Mockingbird”. Regarding her relationship with Eminem, Alaina continued to call him ‘Uncle’ even after he adopted her, but has said that she considers him as a father figure. In the song “Mockingbird”, Eminem mentioned her as ‘Laney, Uncle’s Crazy’.

Educational Background and Professional Career

Alaina Marie went to Seneca Middle School and then attended Chippewa Valley High School. Upon matriculation, she enrolled inot the University of Oakland to study Public Relations. For now, she has no intention of pursuing a career in the world of show business.

Personal Life and Appearance

Aliana is American by nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnicity. She has long dark brown hair and hazel eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), while she weighs around 132lbs (60kgs). She is a fan of tattoos and has several on her body. Alaina Marie Mathers isn’t married and doesn’t have children. She is single at the moment, but enjoys spending time with her sisters. She is an animal lover and has a pet dog.

Eminem Short Wiki/Bio

Marshall Bruce Mathers III, known by his stage name Eminem, was born on 17 October 1972 under the sign of Libra, in St. Joseph, Missouri USA. His childhood was very difficult since he was raised by a single mother, Deborah R. Nelson-Mathers; his father, Marshall Bruce Mathers II, left them when Eminem was a baby.

He moved a lot with his mother, and they lived in very poor conditions. He attended Lincoln High School, but dropped out at the age of 17. He was interested in storytelling and wanted to become a comic-book artist, but then changed his mind after discovering hip hop music.

The 1990s: Rise to Fame

Eminem released his debut studio album, “Infinite”, in 1996, and although it was a commercial failure, he continued to make music. After recording the extended play entitled “Slim Shady EP” in 1997, he signed a contract with Dr. Dre’s label Aftermath Entertainment. In 1999, he published his next album, “The Slim Shady LP”, which gained him mainstream popularity, since it debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 and topped the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and the lead single, “My Name Is” reached No. 36 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

By the end of the decade, he announced his third studio album, “The Marshall Mathers LP” (2000), which debuted atop the US Billboard 200, and became one of the fastest-selling albums with 1.78 million copies sold in its first week. The album was certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and awarded with the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album. The lead single “The Real Slim Shady” reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 396 on NME’s 500 greatest songs of all time charts.

The 2000s: Continued Success

Eminem’s fourth album, “The Eminem Show”, was issued in 2002 and nominated for the Grammy Award for the Album of the Year. The album topped the US Billboard 200 and received a diamond certification by the RIAA, and became a best-selling album worldwide.

In 2003, he recorded the single “Lose Yourself” for the soundtrack of the hip hop drama film “8 Mile”, which became his first single to top the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and earned him the Academy Award for Best Original Song. In the following year, Eminem released his fifth album, “Encore”, which debuted atop the US Billboard 200, and spawned such singles as “Just Lose It”, “Mockingbird”, and “Ass Like That”. During the 2000s, he made public two more albums, “Relapse” in 2009, and “Recovery” in 2010, both of which won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, and the latter became his second best-selling album worldwide, with such hit singles as “Love The Way You Lie” featuring Rihanna, and “Not Afraid”, both of which topped the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The 2010s and Recent Projects

In 2013, Eminem came out with his eighth album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2”, which also debuted atop the US Billboard 200 chart, and earned him the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, spawning such hit singles as “Survival”, “Rap God”, and “The Monster” featuring Rihanna, which topped on the US Billboard Hot 100. His next number-one album, entitled “Revival”, was issued in 2017 and certified gold by the RIAA. In 2018, Eminem made public his tenth studio album and ninth number-one album, “Kamikaze”, with three singles, “Lucky You” featuring Joyner Lucas, “Venom”, and “Fall”. Most recently, he released his eleventh album, “Music To Be Murdered By” in 2020, which again debuted atop the US Billboard 200 chart, making Eminem the sixth artist to have at least ten No. 1 albums and the first to achieve that all of them debuted atop the chart in a row.

Other Ventures

Side by side with his solo career, Eminem was a member of the hip hop group ‘D12’ from 2000 to 2006. During this stint, they put out two studio albums, “Devil’s Night” (2001) and “D12 World” (2004), both of which topped the US Billboard 200 chart. He was also half of ‘Bad Meets Evil’, the hip hop duo alongside rapper Royce da 5’9″. They released their debut EP, “Hell: The Sequel”, in 2011, which topped the US Billboard 200 and received a gold certification by the RIAA.

Moreover, in 1999 Eminem co-founded his own record label – Shady Records – alongside his manager Paul Rosenberg. He has his own channel – Shade 45 – on the Sirius XM radio station. Besides that, Eminem is the author of two books, “Angry Blonde” (2000) and “The Way I Am” (2008).