Professor Green has written a lengthy diatribe on break-ups - despite insisting it's not about his exes.
The musician, 34, wrote his first column for The Book Of Man about the painful stages of splits, just days after his relationship with girlfriend Fae Williams ended.
Green - who was previously married to reality star Millie Mackintosh - spoke about the sex drying up in relationships, and how break ups involve 'stuffing your noses full of cocaine,' drinking yourself stupid and 'shagging your way out' of getting over it.
Moving on: Professor Green has written a long column about break-ups, just days after his split with Fae Williams (pictured in February 2018)
Professor Green's recent ex Fae was said to be 'in the process of moving out' of his London home last week, and his latest column speaks volumes about what he could be experiencing.
He talks about stalking his exes online, and speaks of an 'ex shaped void' as he describes the 'sh***y emotions' men typically experience in break ups.
'Do you message her or not? The ex,' he asks. 'Even if you’ve made the decision, or it was a mutual decision to break up (it’s never quite mutual), there’s still an ex-shaped hole in your life; a void that you have to fill.
Separation: His split with first wife Millie Mackintosh (here in May 2015) in 2016 was also a bitter pill to swallow
'You could message her, telling her you’ll change every behaviour that’s been pushing her away now that you realise she’s serious about leaving – but will you?'
He describes posting pictures that feature girls to make