Why you shouldn’t let your child use TikTok: Kyle Sandilands fears the app could be a ‘gateway to OnlyFans’ as it encourages kids to earn a living by making content
Kyle Sandilands has expressed fears TikTok could be a ‘gateway’ to OnlyFans for impressionable young people.
The outspoken radio host, 50, said on Thursday the video-sharing app encourages children to earn a living by making content online, which could make OnlyFans seem like an attractive career path.
‘TikTokers turn into OnlyFans people. Their idea of life and work is making money on TikTok or OnlyFans,’ he explained on The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
Warning: Outspoken radio host Kyle Sandilands (pictured) has expressed fears TikTok could be a ‘gateway’ to OnlyFans for impressionable young people
His co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson disagreed, responding: ‘I don’t think [doing OnlyFans] has anything to do with TikTok.’
‘It’s a gateway platform,’ Kyle insisted.
It comes after Kyle and Jackie O revealed the one job that almost guarantees you won’t be selected for jury duty.
‘Tiktokkers turn into OnlyFans people. The idea of life and work is making money on TikTok or OnlyFans,’ he said
During Tuesday, the radio show’s producers said that telling the court ‘I work in media’ almost guarantees you won’t be selected for a trial.
The discussion began when one of the staffers, John Nicholson, revealed he’d been called to serve on a court trial that is expected to last 28 weeks.
After running down a list of possible excuses to get out of jury duty – including ‘acting crazy’ and ‘pretending to be a white supremist’ – Sandilands joked that being a media professional was a good one because ‘they lie’.
His shocked co-host Jackie O Henderson responded: ‘I don’t think it has anything to do with TikTok’
KIIS FM guest booker Jaimee ‘Mayo’ Blazquez then said she’d heard the courts ‘don’t like media people’ to serve as jury members.
While it’s unclear why exactly this is the case, it has long been rumoured that media types are considered undesirable jurors.
Jackie also said one easy way to avoid selection is to offer ‘extreme opinions’ when meeting court officials.
Newsreader Brooklyn Ross joked that anyone turning up to court for jury duty wearing a ‘F**k the Police’ T-shirt would almost certainly be excused.
The four words that will get anyone out of jury duty: It comes after Kyle and Jackie O revealed the one job that almost guarantees you won’t be selected for jury duty