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Professor Green shares heartbreaking update on his dog as he reveals cancer diagnosis


Professor Green shared the heartbreaking update, asking for advice from fans (Picture: Instagram/Professor Green)

Rapper Professor Green has shared a heartbreaking update on his dog, who is suffering from lymphoma.

Lymphoma is cancer that begins in infection-fighting cells of the immune system, called lymphocytes.

It’s similar in dogs, with vets using almost the same chemotherapy protocols as are used in humans to treat lymphoma.

Taking to Instagram, the rapper wrote: ‘My most loyal companion, throughout everyone and everything you’ve always been there, and right now I feel absolutely helpless. 

‘F*** you, cancer

‘Anyone dealt with non Hodgkin’s lymphoma in a dog and got a positive story to tell?  All advice welcome x’.

Many other social media users were quick to reply to the post. Chatty Man Alan Carr said: ‘Noooo! Poor baby 💔’

Another added: ‘So hard to look at this picture 😔’

A third said: ‘Oh no, so so feeling your sadness lots of love to you and your wonderful friend 🥺 xxx’

In October 2021, Professor Green became a father for the first time, after his fiancee Karima McAdams gave birth to their son Slimane Ray.

Professor Green is heartbroken by the sickness of his dog (Picture: Shirlaine Forrest/Getty Images for Nickelodeon Slimefest)

In October 2021, the rapper revealed exclusively to Metro.co.uk how he hopes his son will work from a young age so that he ‘understands the value of every penny.’

Pro Green, real name Stephen Manderson, also addressed growing up in a working class household.

On Slimane’s upbringing, the activist said: ‘People always say, “oh you’re middle class”, no. I grew up working class, I cannot rid myself of working class anxieties. My mortgage hangs over my head like a dark cloud until I have absolute financial security, I will always have my working class anxieties but I am making sure I am working my backside off to ensure he doesn’t have to. 

‘He’s gonna be working from a young age. I was working from the age of 12, probably before when I used to go and help my uncle on a building site. He’s going to understand the value of a penny, let alone a pound. Unbeknownst to him he will hopefully avoid many of the hardships I had growing up. 

‘You break the cycle, you don’t perpetuate it.’ 


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