Professor Green has launched a brutal online attack against his own record label EMI, telling fans on Twitter that lable staff are not doing their jobs properly.
'Read All About It' star Green, who is signed to EMI alongside the likes of Tinie Tempah and Conor Maynard, attacked staff at the label and stated that many of the people employed by the label do not deserve to be paid for what they do.
"Why would your own record label hinder you? Answers on a postcard." Green asked at the beginning of his rant.
Continuing: "I just can't help but question why some people have jobs. All I do is work, so I get extremely pissed off when people don't do theirs."
Citing specific moments in his most recent album campaign he has felt disappointed by, Green added: "Dignified silence is pointless. A rushed second single, the Remedy video a month late and now similar problems with the Avalon video unfold. How would you feel if a company taking 25% of your earnings weren't doing their jobs properly? Would you pay someone not doing their job"
Green's Tweets continued, claiming that many of his musical peers feel the same but 'bend over' and accept the situation. He also said that nobody involved in the forthcoming merge between EMI and Universal would lose their jobs if they actually did them properly to begin with.
This is not the first time Pro Green has caused waves on Twitter in recent weeks. He recently caused controversey when he called the eating disorder Bulimia 'intelligent' and also got involved in the Robert Pattinson / Kristen Stewart split by labelling her a 'cheating sl*tbag'.
Photos: Professor Green live in Manchester