The man who entered Eminem’s house told the rapper that he was “to kill him”


A man who broke into Eminem’s home in Detroit earlier this year allegedly told the rapper that he was “there to kill him”.

Matthew Hughes appeared in court yesterday (9 September) and faces five years behind bars if he is found guilty of first-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of a building.

Security footage shown to a Michigan court allegedly captures the moment Hughes sneaked in outside the rapper’s house in April before throwing a paving stone through the back window to gain entry. .

The rapper awoke when the alarm system was activated at his home in Clinton Township, Michigan, and later encountered Hughes in his living room.

Hughes was eventually detained by Eminem’s security guards, who heard the commotion and fled.

Eminem (Picture: Getty)

Giving his testimony in court, Adam Hackstock and Detective Dan Quinn explain that Hughes told Eminem that he barged into her house with the intention of killing her.

The rapper was not present for the hearing.

Hughes was previously arrested and alleged in June 2019 that while he was torturing two properties, he was mistakenly believed to have owned Eminem.

He was later sentenced to 90 days in jail and ordered to pay a $ 1,400 fine.

Hugh is now being held on $ 50,000 bond and is scheduled to return to court later this month.