Aggro Santos has admitted that his reputation has been tarnished after being accused of raping two women.
The rapper, who was cleared of the charges last week, spoke for the first time about the case on Daybreak this morning (May 13).
Santos said: "It's definitely one of the hardest things I've ever had to go through. I mean it's been one of those things where for 23 months you feel like you're stuck in a mental prison and it goes by so slow and then when it's over, I don't even think it's sunk in yet. It's one of those things it just feels so surreal.
"That's the thing. You can work so hard your whole life for something and then when it starts going well one little thing like this, in just one second it's just all gone."
The star added to presenters Aled Jones and Lorraine Kelly that there should be ways to protect the identity of those accused of sexual assault until proven guilty.
"I think that someone has got to do something about an anonymity law. I think courts are fair and it's fair to do a trial with a jury and what not, but I think the people who are accused have got to be protected until they are found guilty because I went through the whole trial system, I was acquitted but it doesn't change - it was reported and it's still there," he added.
"I think it definitely tarnishes your reputation because I mean surely there are always going to be people out there who are going to wonder 'Why would people say that?' and stuff like that and it's terrible, because sometimes you do get people that do try to put people in situations like this and then it's not fair when the person has gone through the whole process and been found innocent."
Santos, who reached number five in the UK charts in 2010 with the Kimberly Wyatt collaboration 'Candy' and was later a contestant on ITV's I'm a Celebrity, added that he now wants to progress his career.
He said: "For me I feel like it's been a 23-month process where I've learnt a lot, I've grown up a lot. It's made me see things in a much more mature way.
"I've had the best possible outcome, I was acquitted and again having worked so hard to get where I did in the first place I'm now in a position to just get back in there and just try to rebuild my life and just pick up from where I left off and that's what I'm looking to do."
Wiley has revealed that he is leaving his record label Warner following a dispute about his new album The Ascent.
The rapper recently leaked half of the LP after an incorrect version was sent to iTunes by the label and he was unable to change it.
Admitting he was unhappy with their choice of next single from the record, he tweeted: "My label are doing 'Lights On' next but I do not like that so you will not see me in the video.
"If my first two singles were dance and third was drum and bass, why am I doing a dance single fourth. my musical mind is better than that."
He later added: "I am walking out of Warner today, I don't need em anymore. [I've] rinsed majors for every penny, enough is enough.
"Need to put my own money where my mouth is now and stop pussy footing around the industry. I have got time for [Warner] and I respect you but goodbye."
Wiley recently said that his label have been "great", adding: "They're the best label for what I do."
The Simpsons have given their own take on the Harlem Shake.
The animation follows the same structure as a typical Harlem Shake video, but the characters dance to the 'Homer Shake' instead, with Homer Simpson lending his voice in the song based on DJ Baauer's original track.
The viral video, which has now amassed more than three million views on YouTube, begins with Maggie dancing by herself with a helmet on, oblivious to the rest of the family.
When the bass drops, the other Simpsons join in, before the shot cuts back to the rest of Springfield going crazy.
It includes an almost-naked Mayor Quimby, a pie-throwing Krusty the Clown and familiar characters such as Abraham Simpson, Milhouse, Principal Skinner and Sideshow Bob.
Google has reportedly confirmed plans to launch a "fully-polished" version of its Google Glass eyewear by the end of the year.
The Verge claims to have heard from the web giant that it will market the product at "less than $1,500".
Last June, Google began offering the 'Explorer' model of the headset to developers at the Google I/O conference with a price tag of $1,500 (£983), but the report suggests the consumer edition will not be so costly.
Google unveiled the Android-powered glasses last summer, showcasing a prototype mode with video and audio capabilities as well as a built-in accelerometer.
Company co-founder Sergey Brin was recently spotted field-testing the device on the New York subway, while CEO Larry Page donned the eyewear for an event in London last year.
Reports suggest that the sophisticated nature of the product has convinced Google of the need to open up high street stores with trained staff on-hand to offer demonstrations.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently offered his opinion on Google Glass, admitting that he "can't wait" to have a pair.
EastEnders hardman Phil Mitchell makes a shocking decision next month as he deliberately sabotages Lola Pearce's chance to get more access to her baby daughter Lexi.
When Lola (Danielle Harold) heads to court seeking more contact sessions with Lexi, it seems that things are finally going her way as she manages to make a good impression at last.
Lola gives a speech to the judge explaining that she'll do whatever it takes to be a good mum to Lexi, while social worker Trish also fights her corner by explaining that she has made great progress.
However, just as things are looking good for Lola, a desperate Phil (Steve McFadden) steps in and finds a way to scupper any plans the court may have had to increase the teenager's time with her daughter.
Losing her temper, Lola retaliates with a furious outburst, while Sharon (Letitia Dean) and Billy (Perry Fenwick) sit disgusted over Phil's actions.
After Lola's rant, the judge rules that Phil will continue as Lexi's kinship foster carer until the next hearing.
Left devastated and angry, Lola fears that she'll never get Lexi back unless she resorts to drastic measures of her own…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, March 4 at 8pm on BBC One.
Over on Hollyoaks, Kevin Foster's loyalty to Walker is tested when the ruthless villain orders him to kill Maxine Minniver.
Walker has recently fooled Maxine (Nikki Sanderson) into working with him to bring down Brendan. However, when Maxine finally discovers exactly who she's dealing with, Walker realises that she could jeopardise all his plans and decides that she has to die.
The initial plan is for Kevin (Elliot Balchin) to lead Maxine to Walker, but when this scheme fails, it becomes clear that he'll have to carry out the grisly crime himself.
Drugging an unsuspecting Maxine's coffee, can Kevin really go through with such a terrible act?
Later in the week, fears mount for Maxine as Sienna Blake and Ash Kane realise that she's missing.
Will Savage (James Atherton) also finds himself embroiled in the dark tale as his own paranoia escalates.
A desperate Will plants a spy camera on his girlfriend Texas to keep an eye on what she's up to, fearing that his brother Dodger is the guy she really loves. The camera is hidden in a brooch that Will gives to Texas as a gift.
One evening, Texas hangs her coat outside the Savages' boat to dry with the brooch attached. Continuing to snoop via the camera, Will is shocked to spot Kevin dumping a body bag in the river.
When the police are alerted to the sinister situation, officers drag the bag out of the river and everyone fears the worst. Is Maxine dead?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Monday, March 4 and Friday, March 8 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
Coming up on Coronation Street, Karl Munro's desire to win back Stella Price reaches shocking new heights.
Desperate for Stella to listen to him, Karl (John Michie) seizes his chance when she needs a taxi to pick her up at the brewery and bring her back to The Rovers.
Kidnapping Stella (Michelle Collins) in his cab, Karl drives her off to a deserted spot and continues his attempts to win her over.
Although startled by Karl's erratic behaviour, Stella eventually manages to get him to see sense and drive her back home. Before they go their separate ways, she urges him to move on with his life rather than holding onto their failed relationship.
Stella hopes that she has finally managed to get through to Karl, but he turns up at the pub the very next morning, wanting to speak to her yet again.
Gloria defends Karl when he gets a frosty reception, but Stella snaps and reveals that he kidnapped her last night.
As news of Karl's stunt spreads to Stella's new boyfriend Jason Grimshaw, the builder is furious and decides to teach him a lesson…
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 6 at 7.30pm on ITV.
On Doctors, The Mill's team get together for a murder mystery evening at an isolated stately home.
The gang get dressed up in various costumes for the night of entertainment, with Karen as lady of the manor, Rob the butler, Mrs Tembe the cook, Gordon the reverend, Heston a professor, Howard a decorated war hero, and finally a reluctant Zara dressed as seductress!
With Zara standing in the way of Howard's desire to become a partner at The Mill, he hopes that the evening will be the perfect chance to prove his worth to Zara.
Gordon, meanwhile, is harbouring strong feelings for Mrs Tembe and is looking for an opportunity to be honest with her.
When everyone gets started looking for clues, there is suddenly a knock at the door and prison guard Phil arrives. He announces that he's there to warn them that there is an escaped convict on the loose in the vicinity.
Everyone believes this is just part of the entertainment, but organisers Billie and Alan admit this is real. Rob verifies the story by confirming that he's heard of the prisoner, so he suggests they all pair up to secure the building… Are the group in danger?
Doctors airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 6 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
Fourth and fifth-grade students in the US have been caught smoking and inhaling crushed Fun Dip and Smarties candy.
At least 31 students at Fountain Inn Elementary School were caught by faculty members sucking in the candy and making "a puff of smoke", Fox Carolina reports.
In the US, Smarties are a fruit-flavoured candy rather than the sugar-coated chocolate confectionary sold in the UK.
The school dealt with the incident by sending letters home to parents to make them aware of the "inappropriateness" of the students' actions.
School principal Glenn Wile has also banned any candy that can be powdered from being brought into school.