Professor Green 'Doesn't Want To Be A Celebrity'
The MC has spoken about the interest in his romance with Millie Mackintosh...
Green - real name Stephen Manderson - told The Independent: "I don't get called the 'British Eminem' as much anymore. That's still something that people say, but I am free of the novelty tag now. Now the only thing I have to watch is this whole celebrity.
"I'm not gonna complain about the music business. So much has changed so quickly, again, as it always does. But it's become a real wind-up - from the minute it started, the whole class thing. It's been completely different dating someone as in the public eye as Millie."
He continued: "For us, our relationship is ours. We can't help the bulls**t they make up in magazines. We haven't done our OK shoot yet, although we have been asked. Ridiculous.
"If the difference was race or we were a gay couple, they probably wouldn't be as quick to point the difference out. But because it's class, it's fair game. That's still prejudice.
The 28-year old added: "You're effectively calling me a commoner - which I am, common as muck. But I'm doing all right for myself, and I'm well-mannered, I'm courteous. Which is not something that's a given for someone who has a better background.
"As I find out every day. She works for her money. She doesn't live off a handout. She works f**king hard. So yeah, it's all just a bit of a wind-up."
Pro went on to address his surprise cameo in Made In Chelsea, claiming: "The producers were giving it to her in the neck and I was like, 'Well, how do we resolve it? What if they see my face on camera?' So I dropped her off at a party and that was it, done, joined all the dots for them."