The rapper has been dating Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh since February and the relationship is often discussed in the tabloids.
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"I don't get called the 'British Eminem' as much anymore. That's still something that people say, but I am free of the novelty tag now. Now the only thing I have to watch is this whole celebrity," he told The Independent.
"I'm not gonna complain about the music business. So much has changed so quickly, again, as it always does. But it's become a real wind-up - from the minute it started, the whole class thing. It's been completely different dating someone as in the public eye as Millie.
"For us, our relationship is ours. We can't help the bulls**t they make up in magazines. We haven't done our OK shoot yet, although we have been asked. Ridiculous. If the difference was race or we were a gay couple, they probably wouldn't be as quick to point the difference out.
"But because it's class, it's fair game. That's still prejudice. You're effectively calling me a commoner - which I am, common as muck. But I'm doing all right for myself, and I'm well-mannered, I'm courteous.
"Which is not something that's a given for someone who has a better background. As I find out every day. She works for her money. She doesn't live off a handout. She works f**king hard. So yeah, it's all just a bit of a wind-up."
Speaking of his recent cameo in Made in Chelsea, he added: "The producers were giving it to her in the neck and I was like, 'Well, how do we resolve it? What if they see my face on camera?' So I dropped her off at a party and that was it, done, joined all the dots for them."