​Eminem Stans Can Now Own a Brick from His Childhood Home

​Eminem Stans Can Now Own a Brick from His Childhood Home
Eminem knows a thing or two about avid fans, and now his most enthusiastic supporters can actually own a piece of the rapper's childhood home.
 
That house featured prominently on the cover of 2000's The Marshall Mathers LP, which celebrated its 16th anniversary yesterday (May 23). To commemorate the occasion, the man born Marshall Mathers is selling off bricks from that very building.
 
Fans can purchase bundles that include a cassette version of the album and a brick from the now famous house, accompanied by a display stand, a plexiglass case, a plaque and a numbered certificate of authenticity hand-signed by the Real Slim Shady himself.

There are 700 total up for grabs, and you can find them here. Some of the proceeds will be donated to the Marshall Mathers Foundation to help at-risk youth in Michigan and the rest of the U.S.
 
The house also appeared on the cover of Eminem's 2015 sequel album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, though the house was torn down in 2013 due to irreparable structural issues.
 
Earlier this year, Eminem also released a cassette reissue of his debut album The Slim Shady LP.