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Thursday 17 April 2014

Eminem's daughter deletes Twitter after Swift rant

Eminem

Eminem's daughter has deleted her Twitter account after slamming Taylor Swift for dating Harry Styles.

The rapper's 16-year-old daughter Hailie Jade Mathers logged onto the micro-blogging website this week attacking the country singer.

Hailie was enraged after she saw pictures of Taylor on a New York stroll with the One Direction heartthrob.

"If @taylorswift13 is really dating the love of my life @Harry_Styles i will not be happy.!" Hailie wrote.

"Dear @taylorswift13, please stop w****** around with every guy you see. We all know you're only doing it so you can make another album," she added in another post.

Hailie was flooded with negative comments after a string of vitriolic posts.

Despite insisting she "couldn't care less" about the backlash, she eventually apologised.

"Wow. I didnt mean for people to react to my tweet in the way that they have it was just a bit of fun! Sorry @taylorswift13 for my immaturity," she wrote (sic).

Hailie said she was entitled to her own opinion but the reaction to her comments got out of control.

On Wednesday morning her account @hailiejade_x no longer existed.

Taylor and Harry have meanwhile stayed quiet about their rumoured relationship.

The pair briefly dated back in April but appear to have rekindled their romance. The singers have been seen in public several times in recent weeks, most recently holding hands at an afterparty for One Direction's New York City concert on Monday night.

Eminem famously rapped about his daughter in Hailie's Song from his 2002 album The Eminem Show.

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