Pro Green is keeping romances under raps
PROFESSOR GREEN will no longer be posting ‘happy couple’ selfies on social media.
The rapper, who divorced heiress Millie Mackintosh two years ago and had an online fallout earlier this year with his next ex Fae Williams, now plans to keep his love affairs offline.
In an exclusive catch-up with Guilty Pleasures, Green blamed feeling ‘fed up’ for his trolling of Fae.
When she became engaged to tattoo artist Dan Crowe five months after their split, Green posted ‘when your ex downgrades’.
He explained: ‘I just got fed up. We had 18 months together and I expected a little more from her, to be honest.
‘I get it because it’s like, “Hey, look at me, I’m over it.” But what it actually says is the opposite. The only “wrong” that I did was to leave her.’
Now, having moved on himself to PR worker Milly Gattegno, the 34-year-old says: ‘Everything is a learning curve and you learn from your past mistakes. I’m not cynical about love and romance at all.
‘But what I have learned is that my private life is my private life — although the biggest warning sign for me now would be any girl that wanted to put anything on Instagram.’
Green, who campaigns for mental health charity Calm, admitted: ‘When my head is cluttered, everything becomes unmanageable, so I recently vowed to have a clear-out. It included having conversations with people that I had been putting off.’
With his love life a talking point, Green warns fans not to jump to conclusions every time he’s pictured with a woman. ‘Why can’t I be photographed with another girl?’ he complained. ‘I just don’t understand why it is so difficult to have platonic relationships. It is quite sexist really. Do we have to objectify and sexualise every girl that I stand next to? I find it f***ing ridiculous.’
Now it’s back to the music as Green is about to release a new single, Photographs, with Rag’n’Bone Man. He also plays his first headline gig in four years on November 20, at the Electric in Brixton.
Author: Andrei Harmsworth