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30 May 2013, 15:14
The 'Remedy' rapper says he worked for ten years before getting anywhere and deserves his success.
Professor Green has hit out at trolls on Twitter and insists he has worked hard to get where he is in the music industry.
The 'Read All About It' rapper says he worked for a decade on his music before hitting the big time, and has criticised the "jealous folk" messaging him on the social networking website.
"Twitter gave all the weasels a voice," Professor Green tweeted earlier today (30th May). "People who wouldn't say boo to a goose now spend their days taking out their self-loathing on others.
"And as for the jealous folk, f**k you and your entitlement issues," he continued. "Nothing landed in my lap.
"I worked for ten years before I ever made a penny out of music, I deserve everything I've made," the rapper added. "If you want it, work for it. Or shut up.
"People need to start putting more faith in themselves and each other, deal with what's in front of you."
Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh announced their engagement earlier this year (Credit: Instagram):
This week saw the announcement of Professor Green's third studio album 'Growing Up In Public', which is set for release on 14th October this year.
Professor Green will lead the new album with a single called 'Are You Getting Enough?' featuring Miles Kane, and will release the song on 21st July.