X Factor's Honey G has received DEATH THREATS after the weekend's latest results show.
Honey G once again survived the sing-off on Sunday after avoiding the bottom three altogether.
Instead there was a shock exit for Gifty Louise who performed against Four Of Diamonds in the live show, while Ryan Lawrie was saved by the lifeline vote.
It's been reported that Honey has since been the target of threats from some hateful viewers, with one telling the rapper to "F*****g kill yourself you c***"
Others called on Honey to be "stabbed" or "shot" after Saturday night's Halloween episode.
In a whole lot more peaceful form of protest against Honey G, over 16,000 people have now signed petition calling on her to be replaced.
But of course it's the viewers that have been the ones keeping Honey G in the competition to date, with the genuine urban artist yet to fall even into the bottom three, let alone the sing off.
And today bookies have cut Honey G's odds of WINNING the show, making her the fourth favourite to triumph.
According to bookmakers Ladbrokes, Honey G could be on course to cause the biggest ever upset in X Factor betting history.
As another week goes by and another rival falls by the way side, the bookies have been left with little option but to take the scissors to the rapper's odds, and Honey G now finds herself as a serious contender for glory at just 12/1.
Matt Terry keeps his hold on favouritism at 4/6, however should there be a shock to come the betting suggests Emily Middlemas (7/2) and 5 After Midnight (8/1) may have a better shot than Harrow's finest.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Honey G continues to defy the elimination odds and with every week that passes by we're forced to cut her price of pulling off the unthinkable.
"She entered the series as a 100/1 outsider and it's safe to say this would be the biggest ever upset."
The X Factor is back next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.