Kyle Sandilands wins American fans after kicking a pair of 'sexist' TikTok stars off the air

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Radio star Kyle Sandilands has just gained a legion of new US fans after he kicked a pair of controversial American podcasters off the air during a heated interview. 

Kyle, 50, got into an argument on Friday with Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes of the Fresh & Fit Podcast, who were on the show after their TikTok videos went viral. 

The duo, who have been widely accused of sexism, believe men and women ‘are not equals’ and women in serious relationships should not have Instagram accounts.

Popular: Radio star Kyle Sandilands has just gained a legion of new US fans after he kicked a pair of controversial American podcasters off the air on Friday, calling them'clowns'

Popular: Radio star Kyle Sandilands has just gained a legion of new US fans after he kicked a pair of controversial American podcasters off the air on Friday, calling them ‘clowns’ 

Kyle disagreed with the men, before having an angry exchange with them after they cheekily reminded him they were ‘invited’ onto the radio show. 

‘So f**king what, clown!?’ Sandilands replied back. ‘Here you are on the show, I can turn you off as well! Turn these clowns off, see ya fellas!’ 

‘Come back when you’re 30 and not being led around by your d**ks,’ he finished, before kicking them off the air.

Drama: Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes of the Fresh & Fit Podcast, from the US, made shocking claims stating it's'cheating' if a woman has Instagram and is in a serious relationship

Drama: Myron Gaines (pictured) and Walter Weekes of the Fresh & Fit Podcast, from the US, made shocking claims stating it’s ‘cheating’ if a woman has an Instagram account 

American Twitter erupted with fans cheering Kyle on – with many comparing him to Santa or Colonel Sanders due to his bushy grey beard. 

‘Colonel Sanders let that man have it,’ one fan wrote. 

‘Please someone clip ”so f**king what clown'” out of this. I need Santa to dunk on people so bad,’ another wrote. 

New fans: American Twitter erupted with fans cheering Kyle on - with many comparing him to Santa or Colonel Sanders due to his bushy grey beard

 New fans: American Twitter erupted with fans cheering Kyle on – with many comparing him to Santa or Colonel Sanders due to his bushy grey beard

‘KFC man fried him,’ yet another added, while one more said: ‘They dragged him!’ 

Some were amused by Kyle’s Australian accent, and there was praise for his co-star, Jackie ‘O’ Henderson, too.  

‘Santa and Mrs Claus tag teaming like it was WWF Raw,’ one amused person wrote tweeted.  

Live: They appeared on the Kyle and Jackie-O on KIIS 106.5 on Friday. Co-host Jackie'O' Henderson is pictured

Praise: There was praise for Kyle’s co-star, Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (pictured), too. ‘Santa and Mrs Claus tag teaming like it was WWF Raw,’ one person wrote tweeted 

The podcasters left hundreds of listeners fuming after claiming women in serious relationships should not have Instagram because it’s ‘a form of cheating’.

They believe men can have Instagram also be in a committed relationship, but women cannot.

Jackie quickly ripped into them, deeming their claims as ‘misogynistic and egotistical’, while the men laughed. 

'I'm explaining to you how men view relationships. You might not like it, it might hurt your feelings, you might say I'm not a piece of property or whatever. But with all due respect, f*ck your feelings,' Myron said to Jackie. Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes are pictured

‘I’m explaining to you how men view relationships. You might not like it, it might hurt your feelings, you might say I’m not a piece of property or whatever. But with all due respect, f*ck your feelings,’ Myron said to Jackie. Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes are pictured 

‘If I am going to commit to you, give you a marriage, give you a title, give you a ring, give you children – I expect a certain type of woman,’ they said.

They added that women shouldn’t be ‘advertising themselves’ as men will act on their options if they have the ability to do so.

‘I’m explaining to you how men view relationships. You might not like it, it might hurt your feelings, you might say I’m not a piece of property or whatever. But with all due respect, f*ck your feelings,’ Myron said to Jackie. 

Tough: Kyle jumped in disagreeing with the statements and told the men to grow up before hanging up and calling them'misogynistic toads'

Tough: Kyle jumped in disagreeing with the statements and told the men to grow up before hanging up and calling them ‘misogynistic toads’ 

‘You don’t own us in a relationship, so we can post what we want! If you have an insecurity with that, that’s on you,’ Jackie hit back. 

‘I don’t care about your feelings either. You are actually misogynistic and egotistical, and it’s kind of a concern the way you view relationships like you have ownerships of women’ she continued.  

Myron replied: ‘A man is capable of having sex with other women while still loving their girl the same, so it’s not that big a deal, but if your woman is out here fielding options that’s an issue’. 

Controversy: Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes have won fans for their controversial views. But they have also received wide scorn too, with the pair accused of sexism and misogyny

Controversy: Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes have won fans for their controversial views. But they have also received wide scorn too, with the pair accused of sexism and misogyny

Kyle jumped in, disagreeing with the statements, and told the men to grow up before hanging up and calling them ‘misogynistic toads’.

Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes have won a legion of fans for their controversial views –  they boast having the ‘number one men’s podcast in the world’ with their Fresh & Fit show, and have 177,000 followers on TikTok. 

But they have also received wide scorn too, with the pair widely accused of sexism and misogyny. 

Dream team: Kyle and Jackie O have been Australia's biggest radio stars for years. Pictured: Sydney, 2010

Dream team: Kyle and Jackie O have been Australia’s biggest radio stars for years. Pictured: Sydney, 2010

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