Professor Green is no stranger to a good old Twitter rant, but we reckon today's could be his best yet.
Professor Green took to Twitter to slam members of his record label for not doing their jobs properly - something which has clearly angered him quite a lot.
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Pro Green began with a good old cryptic tweet about the situation: "Why would your own record label hinder you? Answers on a postcard."
He then began to elaborate: "I just can't help but question why some people have jobs. All I do is work, so I get extremely p****d off when people don't do theirs."
Professor Green then made it clear exactly what was bothering him, saying: "Dignified silence is pointless. A rushed second single, the Remedy video a month late and now similar problems with the Avalon video unfold."
Professor Green slammed members of his record label for not doing their job. Copyright [WENN]Oh dear. But he didn't stop there. He then really got down to business, reeling off percentages and all sorts.
"How would you feel if a company taking 25% of your earnings weren't doing their jobs properly?" he asked.
"Would you pay someone not doing their job? A live gig = 10% to agent, costs and expenses, 20% management commission then 25% to a label who hardly even come to gigs let alone help."
But Professor Green's angry tweeting fingers continued: "A lot of artists feel the same but we all just bend over... F*** that."
He concluded: "Just to reiterate something for the stupid, my problem isn't that they take that money, it's that there are people not working for it. There are a lot of people who are amazing at their jobs @ EMI and even more frustrating is the s*** they have to endure for having an artists best interests at heart."