Kim was just 13 when she was transfixed by a 15-year-old Eminem rapping LL Cool J's "I'm Bad" while standing on a table at a mutual friends house party.
After their first encounter, love's young dream blossomed quickly and Kim soon ran away from home to live with Marshall and his mother, Debbie Mathers-Briggs. As the duo continued dating throughout the '90s, #Eminem worked tirelessly on his rap career and began getting involved with rap battles at Detroit's famous Hip-Hop-Shop.
That didn't stop Ebro and the rest of the Hot 97 team from grilling him over his involvement though.
And when we say grilling, we mean burned to a cinder over maximum heat on a gas-fuelled BBQ.
The aspiring rapper finally caught the attention of a local producer named Marky Bass who was eager to work with the determined young wannabe.