Eminem cheered on the Detroit Lions on Sunday (Picture: Shutterstock)
Eminem made his feelings about the San Francisco 49ers more than clear as he cheered on his beloved Detroit Lions on Sunday.
The 51-year-old proudly donned Lions merch as he settled into a suite, but found himself seated by a group of 49ers fans.
In snaps making the rounds on social media, he couldn’t stop himself from taunting those around him, sticking both his middle fingers up as he gestured towards them.
Never change, Em…
It started off well for the 8 Mile icon as the Lions enjoyed a lead of 24-7 going into halftime, but their rivals staged an impressive comeback to eventually win 34-31.
Eminem had a whale of a time at the game (Picture: Twitter)
This was enough to send them through to next weekend’s Super Bowl final, where they will be taking on the Kansas City Chiefs in Las Vegas.
Despite the loss, Eminem – real name Marshall Mathers III – shared his pride at seeing his club enjoying an incredible season.
Taking to Twitter, he penned: ‘So proud of the @Lions Thanks 4 an amazing season!!!! We’ll b back!!! [sic].’
Earlier in the day, he proudly posed for pictures ahead of the game, sporting a black Mom’s Spaghetti hoodie from his own collection.
Alongside the Instagram snap, he simply declared: ‘Locked in’.
The musician is known to be a huge supporter of his local team, and has been spotted enjoying games with his daughter, Hailie Jade, in the past.
He proudly donned his Mom’s Spaghetti merch during the game (Picture: Instagram)
They were on hand to celebrate the Lions’ victory against the Carolina Panthers in October, beside her fiancé, Evan McClintock.
Eminem shares Hailie with ex-wife Kim Scott, while he adopted her child, Stevie Laine – who previously came out as non-binary – from her previous relationship.
He also legally adopted Kim’s niece, Alaina, in the early 2000s, after her mother struggled with drug use.
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