Just a week after declaring his departure from the well known rock band Whitesnake, guitar player Doug Aldrich has issued a new statement that explains the reasons as why he decided to leave the band. In fact, he also offered a glimpse regarding his future in this business.
It might have been opened for just 4 months, but rapper Professor Green's nightclub is all set to move on to new pastures. Since September, INK's home has always been One Leicester Square, but the owners, now, have closed it down temporarily so that it could reopen in a new venue.
This move was declared via the Twitter account of the club on Thursday. In a series of tweetes, they said: 'We're temporarily closed as we have now left Leicester Square. We're moving to an exciting new venue. We'll be announcing our new home asap.'
Professor Green was caught by police on hunch of drink driving. Police officers went to the place of the likely mugging at around 2.40 am earlier on Sunday. They found the Mercedes of Professor Green had been in a smash with a vehicle.
No one was injured in the incident but Professor Green was questioned at the police station where Green was bailed out to come back later this month.
According to reports, a spokesperson told that inquiries into the circumstances of the robbery and collision are ongoing.
The couple have been building up to their wedding day for several weeks, with supposition rife as to the venue and date. On Tuesday, Professor Green and his girlfriend Millie Mackintosh and finally got married in a intimate country style wedding ceremony that took place at Babington House in Bath.
Rapper Professor Green has stated that he expects never to pen a song about his fiancee Millie Mackintosh and he also made it clear that he would only write a track about her if they split. At present, the 'Read All About It' star is working on his 3rd studio album after the success of his 2011 album 'At Your Inconvenience,' that did very well on the music charts peaking at number 3.