X Factor Honey G’s shocking unheard track about drugs, sex and violence emerges online
An original Honey G track has emerged online and shocked X Factor fans with its explicit, violent content.
X Factor‘s controversial rapping contestant has been involved in scandal after scandal since she was put through to the live shows, having already been accused of endorsing drug use and appropriating the black music industry.
Her latest offence, however, has just come to light after a track she recorded herself a year ago resurfaced on the internet. Honey G uploaded the explicit rap on to her Sound Cloud page in 2015, and it’s far from the cheesy performances you’ve seen her deliver on the X Factor so far.
The song is titled “If There’s A Chance” and the lyrics, many of which are actually too explicit too publish, reference killing an ex-lover, smoking crack cocaine and a desire for consensual sexual violence.
The rap features the lines: “I spent the whole of last summer smoking pot / I’ve always been the flirt type [but] you’ll never catch me smoking a crack pipe / Smacked it once then gave me eyes a wipe / That’s right I ain’t washing for you tonight.”
The track also includes a verse about a fall out between the two lovers after a marriage proposal is declined:
“We’ll be bigger than Jay Z and Beyoncé please by my fiancée / I’ll do anything to shut that little f***ing cow up / I know they got in a row about what they done / Say it once I say you better watch your back / Say it twice and I’ll stab you in your f***ing back.”
Honey G’s Sound Cloud profile reads: “My name is Honey G. I started mixing in 1999. After mixing for only four months I made my first appearance at Club Abbyss in Ayia Napa and gained a residency at Gas club in the summer of 2000. I also played at Insomnia which was filmed for Channel 4.
“In the early 2000’s I toured across the whole of the UK playing at various clubs in Manchester, Blackpool with EZ, Nottingham with Ms Dynamite.”
It goes on: “I now live in London permanently and focus purely on my music production…
“I have managed to gain a global presence in a following, in the UK, United States and many other continents. I have approximately 6000 followers.”
Well, it looks as though Honey has some explaining to do…
X Factor continues Saturday at 8pm on ITV.