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Kyle Sandilands slammed for comment on Chinese women

Kyle Sandilands has been criticized for making “horrible” comments about Chinese women about him KIIS FM radio program on Tuesday morning.

The shock jock, 49, says he made some discoveries about Chinese women after interacting with a sex worker.

On Tuesday evening, the National Council of Women Australia condemned Sandilands’ comments as “completely unacceptable.”

Kyle Sandilands has been criticized for making 'horrible' comments about Chinese women on his KIIS FM radio show on Tuesday morning

Kyle Sandilands has been criticized for making ‘horrible’ comments about Chinese women on his KIIS FM radio show on Tuesday morning

“In my opinion, Sandilands’ comments are terrible and totally unacceptable for radio at any time,” said NCWA President Robyn Nolan The Daily Telegraph.

“Such a discussion justifies an immediate apology to all women, and Sandilands must be addressed again for his behavior.”

The radio personality is no stranger to his often controversial comments.

In January, he was beaten for referring to Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland as ‘the black mother’ and making sexual remarks about the queen in the air.

Hosts Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson spoke to the estranged half-brother of the Duchess of Sussex, Thomas Markle Jr, on KIIS FM.

The shock jock, 49, says he made some discoveries about Chinese women after interacting with a sex worker. Tuesday evening, the National Council of Women Australia condemned Sandilands’ comments as “totally unacceptable”

“Sandilands’ comments are, in my opinion, terrible and totally unacceptable for radio at any time,” said NCWA President Robyn Nolan. Such a discussion justifies an immediate apology to all women and Sandilands must be re-addressed for his behavior

Part of the interview had to be dropped after Sandilands suggested that women “jump their legs open” to Mr. Markle because his sister was a member of the royal family.

Since then, another part of the interview has also been removed.

“You would have said” hey, did you see that Meghan Markle? Well, she’s my sister. Boing! The legs open. It’s great, “Sandilands said in the audio that has since been removed, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

A spokesperson for the owner of KIIS FM, the Australian Radio Network, told it Sydney Morning Herald that interviews were often shortened to fit into a ‘best of’ package.

This was a bold and irreverent interview in the style that regular listeners of the show are used to. When listening to this interview in the context of the show, it is clear that this is a light-hearted and innocent chat, ‘they said.

The radio personality is no stranger to his often controversial comments. In January, he was beaten for referring to Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland as 'the black mother' and making sexual remarks about the queen in the air. In the photo: Markle and Ragland

The radio personality is no stranger to his often controversial comments. In January, he was beaten for referring to Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland as 'the black mother' and making sexual remarks about the queen in the air. In the photo: Markle and Ragland

The radio personality is no stranger to his often controversial comments. In January, he was beaten for referring to Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland as ‘the black mother’ and making sexual remarks about the queen in the air. In the photo: Markle and Ragland

Parts of that audio have been removed. A spokesperson for the owner of KIIS FM, the Australian Radio Network, told the Sydney Morning Herald that interviews were often shortened to fit into a 'best of' package. Kyle is pictured with co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson

Parts of that audio have been removed. A spokesperson for the owner of KIIS FM, the Australian Radio Network, told the Sydney Morning Herald that interviews were often shortened to fit into a 'best of' package. Kyle is pictured with co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson

Parts of that audio have been removed. A spokesperson for the owner of KIIS FM, the Australian Radio Network, told the Sydney Morning Herald that interviews were often shortened to fit into a ‘best of’ package. Kyle is pictured with co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson

In September 2019, Sandilands was the subject of formal complaints and protests over his comments about the Virgin Mary.

He said in the air at the time, “I thought Mary was his [Jesus Christ’s] girlfriend, but apparently it was the mother. ‘

“And the mother clearly lied and said to everyone, ‘No, I became pregnant with a magical ghost.’ Bulls ** t.

“Someone blocked her behind the camel shed … You might believe that everything written down 2,000 years ago is absolutely accurate and good for you, you’re stupid. Stupid as a dog. ‘

In September 2019, Sandilands was the subject of formal complaints and protests over his comments about the Virgin Mary

In September 2019, Sandilands was the subject of formal complaints and protests over his comments about the Virgin Mary

In September 2019, Sandilands was the subject of formal complaints and protests over his comments about the Virgin Mary

The Australian Communications and Media Authority's radio watchdog received more than 150 complaints about Sandilands' statement from the Virgin Mary

The Australian Communications and Media Authority's radio watchdog received more than 150 complaints about Sandilands' statement from the Virgin Mary

The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s radio watchdog received more than 150 complaints about Sandilands’ statement from the Virgin Mary

Sandilands, who apologized for his joke, said at the time that he “never wanted to hurt anyone” with his “joke.”

“Sometimes I just say things as a joke and it offends some people,” he told the media outside his Los Angeles home, where he was hiding at the time.

‘You only realize when you offend someone (s) when you hear about it, (you think):’ Oh f ** k, that’s quite s ** t ‘.

“As a comedian, you say funny things and think you’re funny, but you don’t realize you’re making some people angry.

“I have already made a statement saying I was never supposed to take someone out, I never wanted to hurt anyone – I’m here to make people laugh, not make them angry.

Police were also called to intervene when Muslims and Christians prayed on the street, calling for Sandilands to be fired for his blasphemous comments

Police were also called to intervene when Muslims and Christians prayed on the street, calling for Sandilands to be fired for his blasphemous comments

Police were also called to intervene when Muslims and Christians prayed on the street, calling for Sandilands to be fired for his blasphemous comments

His apology came after the Australian Communications and Media Authority watchdog confirmed that he had received more than 150 complaints about the statement from the Blessed Virgin Mary.

KIIS FM, where Sandilands and Henderson have been working since 2014, was flooded with dozens of protesters outside their studios in Sydney after the comments.

Police were also called to intervene when Muslims and Christians prayed on the street and called for Sandilands to be dismissed for his blasphemous comments.

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, an Australian Radio Network (ARN) spokesperson apologized for Kyle’s comments.

“As we said last week, we’ll repeat Kyle’s [apology] and unconditionally apologize for any crime that may have been caused, “they said.

“When this content was executed last week, we immediately recognized that it was not suitable for distribution and it was immediately removed.”

Sandilands, who apologized for his joke, said at the time that he “never intended to hurt anyone” with his “joke”

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