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21 November 2012, 11:48
The 'Never Be A Right Time' believes he was discriminated against for having tattoos on a recent visit to the shop.
Professor Green has hit out at an upmarket store in Ealing for making him feel like "Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman" after they apparantly snubbed him for having tattoos.
The 'Read All About It' star made a visit to the Bang & Olufson branch in the West London town earlier this month and took to Twitter to vent his anger at his treatment.
"Bang & Olufson Ealing Ealing shouldn't be so dismissive of people with tattoos, not even a 'hello' or 'is there anything I can help you with'," he said, adding: "I feel like I'm in pretty woman... I feel like Julia Roberts."
The store also responded to the claims insisting that they had appropriately greeted the rapper and his friends upon entering their store.
"@professorgreen I said hi guys as soon as you walked in the door, sorry if you didn't hear me?!,' he wrote," which caused Pro Green to respond: "All 4 of us have terrible hearing."
Store owner Stuart Melville then took it upon himself to apologise, adding: "@professorgreen we like to give people the chance to look around instead of pouncing on them,nothing worse than that! Sorry once again! Stu."
The musician, who is currently dating Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh, and last month took to his Twitter account to reveal his disdain after being said he looks like The X Factor singer James Arthur.
He is also currently working on his third studio album and is set to team up with Slipknot DJ Sid Wilson on a new collaboration.