What Happened to Kim, Eminem’s Ex Wife? See What She's Doing Nowadays
Marshall Mathers aka Eminem, one of the world's most famous rappers, and his ex-wife Kim had a very troubled and controversial relationship.
Eminem actually wrote about their relationship and expressed some angry feelings towards her in his song 'Kim' from 2000 and that song was one of his most famous works.
In the controversial song, Eminem even murders Kim. Today, we see him very often, and his career is still going strong, but have you ever wondered what happened to Kim? Check out Kim and Eminem's story, and you'll be surprised when you see how she looks now.
High School Sweethearts
When they first met, Kim ran away from home and they started living together because she needed a place to stay. After a couple of years, everything changed.
During the 90s
He had to take up small jobs to provide for his mom, and in a few years, his rapping career had kicked off.
They Had a Baby
Two years later, Eminem was out of a job and the couple had to move into a mobile home where Eminem's mom lived.
She Bacame His Muse!
In 1999, Kim and Eminem got married, but their relationship wasn't meant to last.
Their problems were obvious by the time the song 'Kim' had come out. Eminem was furious because Kim wouldn't let her see Hailie while their marriage was falling apart, and that's why the song is so violent.
The Court Battle
In January 2006, they got married again, but that marriage also ended after only a few months.
Hailie's Grown Up!
Both Kim and Eminem went through very difficult times since their second divorce. They faced addiction and suicide attempts, and their second marriage ended.
Where Is Kim?
In 2015, she confessed that she tried to end her own life in a car accident due to severe depression.
Is There a Chance of the Couple Reuniting?
Kim has received treatment for her problems, but it looks like the chances of the two getting back together are very slim. Even though they might never get back together, their story has inspired one of the most interesting discographies in the history of rap.