Professor Green slams 'vile' Spencer Matthews
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 April 2013
Professor Green has hit out at Spencer Matthews, calling him "vile" and a "silly pompous jumped up ****" after the 'Made in Chelsea' hunk criticised his co-star and the rapper's fiancee Millie Mackintosh for being on the E4 reality show and described her as a "show pony"
Professor Green has slammed "vile" and "pompous" Spencer Matthews for criticising his fiancee Millie Mackintosh.
The rapper has hit out at the 'Made in Chelsea' star in an angry, expletive-ridden Twitter rant, calling him a "silly pompous jumped up ****" who is "begging for attention" after the 25-year-old hunk described his co-star as a "show pony" and said nobody "gives a f**k" about her opinions.
In a series of tweets, Pro Green wrote: "people just need to call a **** a **** more often, the worlds full of them.
"and as for @spencergeorgem - you're vile, don't utter a f***ing word about our engagement - it's none of your f***ing business.
"not into some silly pompous jumped up **** yapping off at the mouth for some f***ing exposure. sick of f***ing idiots and their 'opinions'.
"what kind of 'man' opens their mouth and talks about something when they have your number but they don't talk to you? waste.
"someone begging for attention, that's who. well there you have it, attention. enjoy @spencergeorgem
"And now back to business.
"SO very nearly free of this bulls**t, so very, very nearly free of it. #backtothemusic (sic)"
Millie - who slapped Spencer at the end of the last series of 'Made in Chelsea' after he admitted cheating on his on/off girlfriend Louise Thompson - also tweeted: "I think someone needs another slap.. Shame I'm too busy planning my wedding! Oh well.. Karma is coming for you x x
"only someone dreadfully unhappy would take such a positive and joyful moment and talk about it negatively (sic)"
The couple's comments come after Spencer said there was no point of Millie being in 'Made in Chelsea' and insisted he has "nothing nice to say" about the brunette beauty because she has changed so much following the show's success.
He told Star magazine: "I don't see the point of Millie being in it. Obviously, she is with Professor Green, who isn't on the show, so what is being covered?
"She is just getting involved in everyone else's business. Personally, I don't see the relevance, she's like a go-to person for girls, but it's just like, 'No one really gives a f**k what you think'.
"What other reason would she have? Do you think she actually cares? No. Millie is the show pony.
"We were very close when we were 16, but some people have really changed since doing the show. I have nothing nice to say about her."