Professor Green Calls Off His Gig At University Of Warwick
As it has been reported, the rapper, singer Professor Green has called off his recent performance that was due to take place at University of Warwick. The British star, who received special acclamations for his 2010 hit singles like “Just Be Good to Green” and “I Need You Tonight”, was scheduled to give a performance at “Students Union”, Gibbet Hill Road on January 24, but has suspended the show because of “unforeseen circumstances”.
The Students’ Union at University of Warwick issued a statement that has confirmed the cancellation of Professor Green’s Saturday night performance at “The Copper Rooms”.
The Union also apologized for the inconvenience caused and assured everybody that they would reschedule the rapper’s performance at a convenient date in the future.
The rapper was also expected to perform at the “Queen Margaret Union”, Glasgow on January 22, but cancelled that gig as well. QMU president, Lauren Hinton, revealed that Professor Green’s management had clarified that the rapper was taken sick on his journey and that he would not be able to perform. Consequently, this forced the fans to express their disappointment on Twitter.
Recently Green talked about his maternal nan, who has raised him and who comes to his performances even today. The singer revealed that his parents were not capable of bringing him up; therefore, his great-nan Edie and maternal nan Patricia had raised him. They all lived in a flat on Northwood estate in east London. The singer also revealed that when he was growing up, he wished to become a barrister or a lawyer.