The 'Avalon' rapper took offence to a Look Magazine interview with his girlfriend in which the Made in Chelsea star was encouraged to comment on his fiery Twitter messages.
Taking to the social networking site afterwards, Green wrote: "If i want to reply to cretins that say horrible things to me with equally as horrible but much funnier things it doesn't make me evil.
"It does however piss me off when this dogs**te 'publications' mention nothing of the trolls i have to put up with...essentially trying to alter peoples perception of me and making me out a c**t when the honesty of it is...none of these magazines wanna meet me when i'm truly pissed off (sic)."
He continued: "@lookmagazine go f**k yourselves...silly f**king magazines trying to pry into and interfere with our relationship.
"Do we look like Alex Reid and whatever poor girl he's currently with? No. So f**k off."
Green previously revealed on Twitter that he attempted to spread to the media a false rumour that Mackintosh had cheated on him with a woman.
Reid memorably released a video through Now Magazine last month to ex-partner Chantelle Houghton, begging her to stop writing about their issues in her column.
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