Tong, who appeared on the reality show back in 2009, has posted a series of sickening tweets to the Take That singer about his late daughter Poppy.
The Huffington Post UK has decided not to republish Tong's disgusting comments, where he has used Take That lyrics to make light of the tragedy.
'Kenneth Tong' soon began trending globally on the social networking site after users hit back at his comments, calling for him to be banned.
One user, Paul McCallum, wrote: "Kenneth Tong is a foul, heartless, imbecile. The actions of a very troubled waste of space. Disgusted."
Another, Bex Smith, said: "Everyone, report Kenneth Tong NOW! Dead baby jokes are not funny + he needs to be stopped. Evil,evil man."
It isn't the first time Tong has been at the centre of Twitter controversy.
Last year, tweets from Tong promoted 'managed anorexia', but he later claimed it was an experiment to see how quickly he could trend on the social networking site.
He was forced into hiding in the South of France after receiving death threats about his comments.
“I love to be challenged. It was so illogical a concept. It did not make sense but so many people bought into it. I proved how easy it is to become a global phenomena in the age of instant media.”