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Professor Green Reveals Millie Mackintosh Divorce Has Inspired New Album

'I'm not going to be nice just to sell records.'

19/06/2016 11:12

Professor Green has some bad news for ex-wife Millie Mackintosh, revealing that she’s probably not going to enjoy listening to his new music.

The couple were granted a divorce last month after three years of marriage, with Pro Green admitting that the breakdown of the relationship will be a theme he visits on his upcoming new album.

When quizzed about whether Millie would be “unhappy” about his new lyrics, he told The Sun: I think that can be assumed.

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Professor Green

“But I’m not worried about that. People assume they know me and they know the box I fit into but I grew up rapping a totally different way.”

He added: “I’m not going to be nice just to sell records.”

Pro Green already took a veiled dig at his ex when she announced on Instagram that she had spent a romantic trip with her ex-boyfriend, and former ‘Made In Chelsea’ co-star, Hugo Taylor, who she is now dating again.

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Millie and Pro Green photographed back in December

In an apparent dig at Millie, the ‘Read All About It’ rapper wrote: Money really can’t buy you class can it.”

Since then, his Twitter behaviour has also been similarly revealing, with several disparaging comments about Millie appearing among his ‘likes’.

During their marriage, Millie and Pro Green were repeatedly forced to deny reports that their relationship was on the rocks, often arising from the fact that they were rarely photographed together at showbiz event, to which the rapper - real name Stephen Manderson - hit back: “It’s funny whenever there’s press about me and Millie not being together. The truth is I don’t really want to go out and have a camera shoved in my face all the time.”

Back in May, Professor Green revealed that he was spending the day with his then-wife for the first time in 2016.

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