Eminem’s 19-year-old child announced she is a non-binary person: Call me Stevie!

Photo Credits : TIKTOK

Eminem’s 19-year-old adopted child declared himself a non-binary person and requested that his name be Stevie from now on, instead of Whitney.

In a TikTok video he posted, Stevie stressed that he/she or they will now use all pronouns and said that he/she has decided to share his / her story with the world to make him/her more comfortable in his/her own body.

My appearance has changed over the years. I’m growing and changing forever,” he wrote alongside the video.

The video begins with the sound of someone crying before a montage of photographs documenting Stevie’s transformation over the years is shown.

Followers praised Stevie in the comments, and half-sister Hailie Mathers liked the video.

@st0nedc0w

forever growing and changing &lt3 ##greenscreen ##genderfluid ##bi ##life

♬ original sound – THXOC

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