Professor Green gives shoutout to Harvey Price on new single
Professor Green references Katie Price's teenage son on his new single 'Back on the Market'.
The 32-year-old rapper released his new track on Monday (12.09.16), and it features some pretty heavy language. The "C-word" is littered throughout, not least when the musician - real name Stephen Manderson - references the former glamour model's 14-year-old son Harvey.
In June, Harvey - who suffers from autism - made an appearance on 'Loose Women' to talk about bullies and dropped the "C-word" live on air.
When his mum asked him what he says to the people who bully him, he simply replied: "I say hello... Hello you ****."
Now, the 'Just Be Good To Green' hitmaker has taken this internet breaking line and transformed it into a flurry of foul language for his new track.
The lyrics read: "But I yell out '****' on live TV like Harvey / Hello, you ****, I said hello, you ****, not Ella, you **** / But Ella's a ****, you can tell I'm a ****, one hell of a ****."
It's not yet known who 'Ella' is, though it was first speculated that the song was about his split from ex-wife and former 'Made In Chelsea' star Millie Mackintosh. The lyric "I don't miss any x's" seemingly points toward his former flame, as well as the title of the track seemingly being aimed at her after they split in February this year.
Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy also gets a shoutout in the track, as Green says he is "having a party like Jamie Vardy".