On Thursday morning, Shock jock Kyle Sandilands launched an attack on his own KIIS FM boss Duncan Campbell during his radio show. Kyle kicked off his rant after his work colleague, newsreader Brooklyn Ross, said he was told by Duncan, who is the National Content Director for ARN, to ‘clean up his act’.

Jaxon claimed he was paid $20,000 by a superman to get his Sons of Anarchy back tattoo in exchange for ‘time with him’. Just jokes? However, it appears Kyle’s tirade was just for laughs, as the radio star later explained to his listeners that he and Duncan had been friends for ’30 years’

The 47aged, Campbell a ‘corporate bully’ and threatened to go on strike during the tirade. As we’ve seen all season at Barcelona, he doesn’t need to play well to run into the box and score at any moment, so his team will surely be hoping for more of that.

However, it appears Kyle’s tirade was just for laughs, as the radio star later explained to his listeners that he and Duncan had been friends for ’30 years’. He then declared he would be going on strike in order to ‘look after our (KIIS) staff who are being told what to do and what not to say’.  ‘I believe he saved up all his money from giving people rides on his Harley [Davidson motorbike] and got his own ‘Jax’ Sons of Anarchy tattoo because he wanted to look like him,’ Kyle mused. ‘As if some girl just pays him $20,000 for the same tattoo as the Sons of Anarchy”.

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