Professor Green wouldn't date Taylor Swift because she's too ''promiscuous.''
The 'Read All About It' hitmaker would ''sprint for the door'' if the 26-year-old singer - who seems to have a soft spot for British guys having dated Calvin Harris, Harry Styles and Tom Hiddleston in the past - asked him out because he's convinced she has a thing for jumping in and out of sexual relationships too quickly.
Speaking during a Live Q&A with The Sun on Dan Wootton's Facebook page, he said: ''She has been quite promiscuous recently and I think she's quite busy and probably too busy to go on a date with me so, with that in mind, I would sprint for the door.''
However, although the 32-year-old rapper would prefer to strike up a relationship with a non-celebrity from now on, he'd bend his rule for Rita Ora if she'd let him.
He explained: ''I've got a lot of love for Rita, I've known her for a long, long time. I'd definitely take Rita on a date, if she'd let me, because I think she's lovely.''
The 'Lullaby' hitmaker may be ''back on the market'' and open to finding a new lover following his split from his wife Millie Mackintosh - known for her appearances in 'Made in Chelsea' - earlier this year but he's adamant he'd never date anyone from a reality TV show or South West London, where she lives, ever again.
He said while making a sly dig at his estranged wife: ''I think I'm kind of done with the whole reality TV thing, to be honest. South West London and me, we don't associate ourselves with each other. That time is done. Once bitten, twice shy.''
Pro Green - whose real name is Stephen Manderson - was left devastated in January when Millie called time on their marriage, just three years after they tied the knot.
Just weeks after their announced their split, the 27-year-old beauty rekindled her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Hugo Taylor and has been flaunting their romance at showbiz events and through romantic holidays posted online ever since.
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