They have blabbed that the outrageous genuine urban artist is completely different in front of cameras to how she acts at The X Factor house.
Speaking this week, Ryan Lawrie spilled: "She is actually really smart.
"She's created a character that people seem to love."
His girlfriend Emily agreed, telling OK! magazine: "As soon as we're home, her sunglasses come off and her hair goes up.
"She's quite quiet in the house. She spends a lot of time in her room but when is about she's very sociable."
However while Emily and Ryan made their comments, Honey G was defending herself against claims she was a fake.
In an interview on Radio 1, Honey G said: "Haters who say I'm not real, these guys just need to check themselves.
"They just don't mean nothing to me."
She went on: "I'm looking for a record contract to launch my career as a rap musician and obviously I entered X Factor because I'm keen on the record deal with Simon Cowell's label, which is Syco.
"Basically, I want to be a multi platinum recording rap music artist and blow up and do global tours and stuff. Blow up like Jay Z, Pharrell or Missy Elliott have.
"That's the direction I really want to go in. I've had a taste of rap culture and the rap game and I just want more now."
The X Factor is back next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV at 8PM.
It's Halloween weekend and there will be a guest performance from reigning winner Louisa Johnson.