Contestants give death threats Cheryl

London: ‘X Factor’ judge Cheryl Cole has apparently received death threats over her axing of reality show contestant Gamu Nhengu.

One threat carried the terrifying warning: "Every1 has a bullet for you."

The sick rant accused the singer of making "the biggest mistake of her life" by ditching teenage fans`` favourite Gamu from the ITV talent show.

And shockingly the sender says that, if he can’t get to 27-year-old Cheryl, he will "drop" any girl he finds with the same name.

The hate-filled tirade - circulated to phones around the country via BlackBerry Messenger amid outrage over Gamu`s exit - slurs Cheryl by accusing her of racism, reports the Sun.

One part reads: "I’ve never felt like dis over xfactor until u told gambu (sic) she is not going to the live show.

"Dat cheryl was da biggest mistake of your life. U want to act innocent on tv like you don’t know wat ur doing. But we all know how racist you are.

Wannabe ... Katie Waissel in London"Wat u have now done is f*** up every white girls lives who’s silly mothers dat named der child cheryl. Cuz I’m just going to f***** bang drop dem and dey won``t even know why."

Sent from Tottenham, North London, the rant tells gorgeous Cheryl - newly divorced from footballer Ashley Cole - never to visit the area, warning she would be "punched until she bleeds".

It adds: "You are a hater. You can’t sing 2 save your life. So to make urself happy you want to get rid off all the good singers you know will make you look s***. Nobody wants to buy ur album."

The message - signed off with the street name Supa Capone - ends with the words "Find Me".

Both Scotland Yard and X Factor bosses yesterday said they were looking into the message, which accused Cheryl of keeping 18-year-old Gamu out of the X Factor finals last weekend as she was jealous of her talent.

Another sick demand for Cheryl’s death had appeared on Facebook.

A site - entitled ``cheryl cole to die a painful death for being a T**t and blasted into space`` - was set up by poster Dan Mcmanus and had 39 members.

Its description reads: "ppl who want to kill cheryl cole for being a great big t*** and making painful music that ppl want to shoot themselves to."

The threats came amid a huge backlash over Girls Aloud star Cheryl’s decision to axe talented Gamu and instead put through waif-like Cher Lloyd and Katie Waissel, 24, who both mucked up in judges`` house auditions.