The music star, real name Stephen Paul Manderson, decided to set a few things straight on his Twitter account.
He called claims "the magic had already worn off" in his union to the Made In Chelsea star "malicious and unfounded" and explained why the fact the pair are not seen out on the celebrity circuit night after night doesn't mean they are not happy.
"Escuse me because we choose not to live out our relationship in the public eye wherever possible and we don't show up to the opening of an envelope," he wrote. "Hence not giving you much to write about...
"Does it make you feel better about yourself printing such negative things about others even if they're absolute lies?"
The 30-year-old rapper went on to point out how the work he had done last week, including a documentary and interviews "to help those effected by suicide" had been ignored by the press.
He finished by discrediting the so called source who the alleged claims came from. "None of our friends would speak a word to bottom feeders," he insisted.
Quality Street heiress Millie and Stephen tied the knot during a romantic Somerset ceremony in September.
The couple were last spotted enjoying a night out together at the Groucho Club in London on 19 January. And just a few days ago Millie uploaded a picture of her husband accompanied by three hearts.
She followed this up with a picture of Stephen stood in the empty space where they are constructing their new home.