"Genuine urban artist" Honey G has won a legion of fans on The X Factor with her rap performances.
She is known for getting her audience going with the line: "When I say Honey, you say G."
However, seven years ago, DJ Talent reached the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent with his trademark rhyme - which includes the lyric: "When I say Britain, you say Talent."
Now the gold-toothed rapper has accused Honey G of theft - slamming her as "disrespectful".
Speaking to The Sun, DJ Talent raged: "I wrote that track from my heart. It was for the people of Great Britain and the nation.
"What she's done is use my catchphrase to big herself up and I don't think it's fair. I'm the artist! She's getting publicity for using my work."
The self-proclaimed "global star" - real name Anthony Ghosh - also dissed her personality as "rude and obnoxious".
"I don't think she's doing herself any favours with her attitude," he said. "It's too egotistical, you need to be on a level."
His comments came after Honey G - real name Anna Gilford - won rave reviews for her version of 2Pac's 'California Love' in Saturday's live show.
Even Simon Cowell was impressed, saying: "Here's the weird thing, I loved it. I thought you weren't serious when you came in but now I realise you are."
The realest chick in the game has yet to respond to DJ Talent, but we can't wait to hear what she has to say!