He addressed Honey G in his final online column for Daily Star and claimed: "Honey G is a sh*t performer and a sh*t rapper."
Gaz said: "But apparently the other housemates all love her, and so do all of you, it would seem. If that's the criteria for a reality TV win, then so be it. I know I went on about her last week too, but it does make my blood boil."
The reality star also addressed Professor Green's comments on the rapper. He had claimed that Honey G 'shouldn't be on The X Factor' and accused her of 'taking the mickey' out of rap music.
Gaz responded: "Is she really taking the pee out of hip hop, Pro Green? Is she really? She is having her five minutes of fame and the British public seem to be loving it. Just like Bear was a c*** on CBB, but we still voted him to win."
He then added: "Honey G to win! Let's annoy as many people as we can."
Gary's latest comments come after he previously spoke about Honey G in his column and suggested she would sell "zero albums".
The 28-year-old said: "Which of the 50 something housewives sitting on the sofa, voting for her (because nobody else is) is ever going to buy her album? I tell you how many. Zero. She'll just join the ranks of Wagner and Chico. Sorry to drop the bomb, but you know it's true."
Honey G has had to face criticism ever since her first audition on The X Factor, with some claiming she is a "novelty act" and has denied other artists the chance to win by making the live shows.
Although, Honey G has hit back at her critics and insisted she is no joke.
She told WhatsOnTV: "I know some people have been saying they don't think I'm real and that I'm a prank that's been set up by the producers, but those haters need to check themselves because I AM the finished article.
"I might not have the most amazing voice but I'm a heavyweight rapper, singer and producer and I write my own lyrics, so I've got real skills to bring to the table. To be regarded as a joke is really insulting."
She has since received plenty of support from her fellow X Factor contestants and former winner of the show James Arthur has spoken out in defence of her on ITV's Lorraine. He said: "I'm a Honey G fan. She can spit some vibes on one of my songs, she's got rhymes for days!"
Honey G has made it through to week five of the live shows, following her performance of the Men In Black theme tune for last weekend's Fright Night themed Halloween show (29 October). Simon saw his act Gifty Louise eliminated from the competition, after his fellow judges voted to save girlband Four of Diamonds instead.
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