Eminem Jokes His Three Kids Are 'Brats' as They Cameo in His New Music Video

The rapper's new music video features an all-star cast—including a cameo from his three kids

<p>Eminem/YouTube;  Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic</p> Eminem (right) and his three kids (left)

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Eminem (right) and his three kids (left)

No one is safe from an Eminem diss in his new song — not even his own kids.

On Friday, May 31, the rapper, 51, released his new song "Houdini" and an accompanying music video for the single off his upcoming album The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce).

The song, in true Eminem fashion, aims to have controversial lyrics, as he raps about Megan Thee Stallion (referencing her case against Tory Lanez, in which he was convicted of shooting her in the feet), trans people and RuPaul.

In the lyrics, he taunts his audience — and his longtime manager Paul Rosenberg, who leaves a fake voicemail at the beginning of the track — to "cancel me," before delving into several controversial lines including: "Snake ass prick, you male cross dresser, fake ass bitch / And I’ll probably get s--- for that."

He even (jokingly) takes aim at his three kids, Hailie Jade Scott, 28, Alaina Scott, 31, and Stevie Laine Scott, 22: "F--- my own kids, they're brats / They can screw off, them and you all / You too, Paul, got two balls, big as RuPaul's."

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In the comic book-inspired music video for the song, Eminem receives a call from Dr. Dre — in a direct throwback to his 2002 video for "Without Me" — who reveals that a portal to 2002 has opened in the city, meaning that a younger, bleach blond-haired version of Eminem has arrived in 2024 and is in danger of ruining the elder Eminem's career.

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"Abra-abracadabra (And for my last trick)/I'm 'bout to reach in my bag, bruh (Like)/Abra-abracadabra (And for my last trick, poof)/Just like that and I'm back, bro," he raps in the chorus.

The video also features a range of cameos, from Pete Davidson50 CentSnoop Dogg, and comedian Shane Gillis, who all appear in comic book panel-inspired skits within the video. Eminem and his younger self eventually battle it out in a fight that sees them melt into one "monster."

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His kids all make an appearance in the video, too — Hailie, Alaina and Stevie can be seen acting shocked on FaceTime as their dad sticks up his middle finger at them during the line in which he calls them "brats."

Although his kids play their part well in the video, in real life the three are close with their dad. Just last week, in a photo shared with PEOPLE, Eminem could be seen joining Hailie for the father-daughter dance at her wedding to Evan McClintock.

In the photo, the rapper and his daughter were photographed laughing and smiling as they slow-danced together, her in a white strapless gown and him in a black tuxedo.

Hailie also hosts the podcast Just a Little Shady and has been candid about her relationship with her dad — as well as what it was like to grow up as Eminem's daughter.

In a September 2022 episode of the podcast, Hailie answered a question from a fan about whether or not it bothered her to get questions about her dad. "The best way to say this is yes and no … Honestly, it's to a point," she said.

"I obviously expect it. And there's certain things I can understand why people are just genuinely curious about, as anyone would be when you've kind of grown up half in the spotlight."

"I feel like growing up, when it would happen, I would get more bothered by it because I was like, 'Why do people care?' " Hailie added at the time. "I was young and I didn't totally understand the situation, so I was like, that's my dad. I don't ask you about your dad."

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