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A 10-year-old amputee who had his prosthetic legs customised with the face of his 'hero' Eminem on them has received a signed album from the American rapper - who spotted a photo of the youngster's unique tribute on Twitter. <br />
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Determined Teejay Stainer was told he might never walk when he was born without a calf bone in his right leg and credits the lyrics of hip hop star Eminem, also known as Slim Shady, for making him feel 'brave' enough to defy expectations.  <br />
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He has been a fan of the hit maker - who famously sang the line: 'will the real Slim Shady please stand up?'  - since he was two, when his parents Georgina and Richard Stainer would play it to help him sleep. <br />
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