Professor Green compares Kate Nash with Krusty The Clown from 'The Simpsons' Professor Green Tickets

Rapper reignites feud with The Cribs' Ryan Jarman on new track

Professor Green compares Kate Nash with Krusty The Clown from 'The Simpsons'

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Professor Green has bizarrely compared Kate Nash with Krusty The Clown from The Simpsons after reigniting his feud with the singer.

The rapper got into a Twitter spat with Nash's boyfriend, The Cribs' Ryan Jarman, last year after apparently trying to hook up with the 'Foundations' singer during her October UK tour.

Now Green has written a song for his new album about the feud, titled 'Into The Ground', which "goes into the whole thing".

Speaking to the Daily Star about the song, Green laid into Nash and Jarman, commenting:

Kate Nash is definitely different-looking to the girls I’ve been out with so I ask Ryan Jarman how you can accuse me of clucking over Krusty The Clown; that’s an insult in itself.



It's currently unclear what the rapper means by 'clucking' - Urban Dictionary offers a variety of sexual and drug-related definitions for the word.

Green, who is dating model and actress Candy McCulloch, added: "I have a beautiful girlfriend."

Speaking to NME about Green's apparent affection for his girlfriend last year, Jarman said that the rapper sent someone from his 'camp' to speak to Nash's tour manager at a gig in Newcastle.

The guitarist/vocalist professed that at the time he had no idea who Professor Green was but was annoyed at this apparent show of "chauvinism and egotism".

Nash is due to play at the Sziget Festival in Hungary on August 13, while The Cribs' next scheduled live appearance is with fellow Yorkshiremen Kaiser Chiefs at Leeds Kirkstall Abbey on September 11.

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