Hundreds of people have signed a petition to get North Wheezy rapper Honey G axed from X Factor.
The online petition is in response to the 36-year-old's revelation to a drugs past, using class A and B drugs, and her support for legalising marajuna.
Since it was launched less than 24 hours ago more than 320 people have signed the 'Remove Honey G from the X Factor' petition which was set up by Gareth Parr from Derbyshire. Once the petition is closed it will be delivered to ITV and Simon Cowell.
Mr Parr states in the petition: "It does not set an example to young impressionable viewers nor does it set a good impression of the long running show which removed Frankie Cocozza for taking and endorsing drugs whilst taking part in the show.
"As a long running viewer of the show I call upon Simon Cowell and remaining producers of the show to remove Honey G from the X Factor.
"Failing to do so will lead to complaints being lodged with Ofcom and the CPS as the show is glorifying the use of illegal drugs which is unacceptable."
With a rap version of Bee Gees Staying Alive , coupled with a tweet for votes during the two-minutes silence on Sunday (November 13) and no solo part in the Remembrance Day group performance, its been a difficult weekend for the reality TV star from Harrow.
In the comments section of the online petition, Janet Groome from Sudbury, said: "She is a joke. She can't sing and really good singers are going out who have worked so hard.
"She can't even rap. Het her out, she is a joke."
Vicky Rogers of Ashford, added: "Because it's fixed, cannot sing the same thing every week and not good for children if taken drugs."
However, there has been mixed reactions on Twitter.
@somzzz_ tweeted: "In shock that Honey G is even being kept on X Factor after bragging about drugs, Frankie Cocozza was axed straight away?!?"
The question on everyone's mind is why has Honey not been withdrawn from the show.
An X Factor spokesman said: " We have spoken to Honey and she has assured us that she has not taken drugs while being on the show."
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