Eminem has marked 16 years of sobriety.

On Saturday 20 April, the Lose Yourself rapper took to Instagram to mark the sober milestone.

The singer posted simply an uncaptioned picture of his palm holding a coin commemorating the anniversary.

The coin features a triangle that reads Unity, Service and Recovery on the three sides.

These are the three legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Inside the triangle is a small circle with the number 16, signifying the number of years sober.

After he shared the post, more than 10,000 fans flooded the comments section with messages of support.

“BIG DEAL. Congrats man thanks for being an example,” one fan wrote.

Another added: “Congrats on year 16, marshall! you’re a real inspiration.”

Eminem has previously opened up about his decision to get sober after a near-fatal drug overdose in 2007, when he was taking up to 20 pills a day.

“I remember when I first got sober and all the s**t was out of my system, I remember just being, like, really happy and everything was new to me again,” Eminem shared on Paul Rosenberg’s Paul Pod podcast in 2022.

The rapper and actor, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, is one of many celebrities who have talked about their decision to live a sober lifestyle, including Anne Hathaway, Tom Holland and Zac Effron.