Lesbian X Factor star Honey G flogging ‘VIP’ tickets for under a fiver on bargain site

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X Factor star Honey G has been caught flogging tickets to her tour for under a fiver.

The rapper, who came out as gay earlier this year, has struggled to find a fanbase after she was knocked out of the show last year.

She had been criticised for being a ‘joke’ act on the show, with fans claiming she had no real talent.

But the north Londoner hit back at the claims – refusing to appear on Celebrity Big Brother and choosing to focus on her music.

Lesbian X Factor star Honey G flogging ‘VIP’ tickets for under a fiver on bargain site

Now an ad has appeared on discount site Wowcher for her UK tour that suggests things are going less than well.

The money-saving voucher site has teamed up with Honey G to help her sell VIP Meet and Greets to her gigs at half price.

Tickets were originally priced as £10, but have since been slashed to just £4.50.

Wowcher claims the exclusive four quid tickets are aimed at Honey G ‘super fans’.

And if you’d like to know what the pounds will get you, then the 36-year-old will performing such hits as The Honey G Show and Hit You With The Honey G.

Alternatively, you could pitch for two litres of Strongbow from Sainsbury’s, a small white wine, or half a Nando’s.

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Rapper G came out as gay in an interview with The Sun today – while posing for a nude photoshoot.

The rapper explained: “I do worry about homophobia, but I feel now is the right time to, you know, let people know that I’m gay.”

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She added: “At my very first audition, Simon asked me if I had a boyfriend. I said no and that I was single. I wasn’t really ready at that point to announce my sexuality to the world.

“Being new to the music industry, and being on The X Factor, I think I was just a bit shy and a bit guarded. I was a bit worried about what people would think as well.

“I was just a bit worried about people maybe being homophobic. I wasn’t ready to come out to the public at that point.”

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