The rapper's eldest daughter shared a peek at the Detroit Lions' final game of the season
Following the Detroit Lions' loss to the San Francisco 49ers during Sunday's NFC Championship game, the Detroit native, 28, shared that she's already looking forward to next season.
In a new Instagram post, the Just a Little Shady podcast host shared photos celebrating the Lions' path to the NFC Championship game. The first photo included a shot of Scott sporting her handmade Detroit Lions jacket, with the mascot below one of the team’s catchphrases, “One Pride.”
She added another shot alongside her family at the Sunday game. Scott stood beside her dad’s half-brother Nate, her fiancé Evan McClintock, her sister Alaina Marie Scott and Alaina’s husband, Matt Moeller.
She also shared photos sporting the Detroit Lions’ signature blue in two different outfits. One image included Scott posing in a blue suit dress, while the other included her in a black sweatshirt from her father’s line, which had an embroidered Lions’ logo on her sleeve.
"Until next season 💙,” she captioned the post.
Scott also shared a TikTok video walking viewers through the process of creating her "D.I.Y." Lions jacket, sharing how she cut up a flag and sewed each piece onto the jacket.
Along with Scott’s Tuesday Instagram post, her uncle shared a mirror selfie to his Instagram on Monday. He also shared his excitement for the team’s next season.
“What a great Season @detroitlionsnfl! See you all same position Next Year! Let’s Go! Bring on the Taunting! #Detroit #Lions #DetroitVillians,” he wrote in the caption.
Both posts follow the rapper’s Sunday support of his hometown team. In a post on X (formerly known as Twitter), the "Lose Yourself" artist, 51, wrote, "So proud of the @lions. Thanks 4 an amazing season!!!! We'll b back!!!"
Along with supporting the Detroit team during Sunday's conference final, Eminem was spotted at multiple Lions games this season as Detroit enjoyed a successful season.
He also joined Hailie at the October game where their beloved NFL team defeated the Carolina Panthers.
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The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs at the Super Bowl on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.
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