An online petition called "Remove Honey G from X Factor" which was created less than one week ago has gathered a whopping 11,500 plus signatures from people across the country.
The petition to get the controversial rapper removed from the ITV show was started after the 36-year-old revealed her drug-fuelled past in a newspaper interview.
Some of the comments left by people who have backed the petition have called her a "selfless wannabe" and a "disgrace" after she tweeted during the two minute silence held for Remembrance Sunday.
Jeanette Horn from Liverpool wrote: "The same Honey G that waved her arms round wearing sunglasses emulating a Gangster/criminal during a tribute to the fallen heroes of this country.
"Oh and she tweeted a request for votes during 2 mins silence. How more detached from reality can she get, selfish wannabe."
Maria Virag from London added: "It's disrespectful how she tweets during the two minutes silence - it's a disgrace to the UK!"
Thomas Graham from Glasgow, said: "Apart from her total disrespect when singing remembrance song this is supposed to be a singing competition which she clearly cannot do and now to read about her bragging about taking class A drugs she really is no sort of role model for the younger generation.
"Brilliant singers have been put out for this total idiot to be kept in get a grip do the right thing and GET HER ONT NOW."
Real name Anna Gilford, last week performed Bee Gees Staying Alive for the Disco theme week.
Watch Honey G perform on X Factor
With the countdown to Saturday night's live show under way the remaining acts in the show have been rehearsing for Movies week.
Once the petition is closed it will be delivered to ITV and Simon Cowell .
The reality television star from Harrow has also gained a lot of attention from celebrities.
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