Detroit may be known for it's automotive industry but there are many more notable aspects of the city. It's also the birthplace of many prominent figures in politics, music, film and sports. Among some of the notable people from the city are both Big Sean and Eminem. The two of them were seen at the Detroit Pistons season home opener at the Little Caesars Arena, welcoming the team to their newly built home court.

In a recent post on Instagram, Eminem posted a picture with Big Sean. The two of them seem to have unknowingly linked up with each other during the Detroit Pistons first regular season home opener at the Little Caesars Arena. The game marks the team's official season debut at the Little Caesars Arena. The caption on the picture says, "Great to see @bigsean at the @detroitpistons game tonight - so much Detroit love in the house." It's a special night for Detroit. The Little Caesar's Arena just opened in downtown Detroit. For the past 39 NBA Seasons, the team has been playing in the Pontiac Silverdome and The Palace of Auburn Hills.

Great to see @bigsean at the @detroitpistons game tonight - so much Detroit love in the house.

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Eminem also grabbed the microphone from announcer John Mason to kick off the season's home opener and hype the crowd up even further. "Detroit, welcome them back for the first time in over 40 years to our city, to my city, to your city! Make some noise for the Detroit Pistons. Let's go!" He said while "Lose Yourself" played in the background. Later on, he was seen courtside with his manager, Paul Rosenberg.

It seems that Em's been steadily been coming out of hiding the past few weeks. Last week, he shut down the internet with his anti-Trump freestyle at the BET Hip Hop Awards and now, he pulled up at the Detroit Pistons game. Maybe the rumors of his album dropping in November might be true.