Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, has pleaded guilty to drink-driving at Bromley Magistrates Court.
The Mirror reports that the rapper has pleaded guilty to one charge and been fined £400, ordered to pay £40 court surcharge and £85 costs.
He has also reportedly received a 12-month driving ban, though this can be reduced if he takes a drink drive awareness course.
The Mirror adds that tests showed the rapper had a blood alcohol level of 52mg per 100ml of breath, exceeding the legal limit is 35mg.
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The case relates to an incident which occurred in November 2013, when Manderson was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after police were called to a suspected robbery in Lewisham.
When officers arrived at the scene at around 2.30am on 3 November they discovered a van and a Mercedes had been involved in a car crash.
Pro Green recently completed work on his third album, ‘Growing Up In Public’, which is scheduled for release on 12 May.