"Sorry that you are homophobic, you're so homophobic," she said on Monday night.
"I mean, I can't say this on radio, but just stand them down."
The 27-year-old also claimed the NRL stars were "hypocritical", as they took no issue with playing at stadiums covered in alcohol and gambling sponsors which would also be deemed "as a sin".
In fact, the jersey they're protesting features Pointsbet as a major sponsor, with the betting company's logo in massive print across the chest.
"Basically if you're a Sea Eagles player who isn't going to play because of a little rainbow on your shirt, you're embarrassing and you're weak so see ya," the former Bachelor star said.
"Don't be homophobic in this day and age. Get a grip."
Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson shared a similar sentiment on Tuesday morning, calling out the players for having a double standard.
The radio duo questioned why some players refused to support the LGBT+ community when the Sea Eagles' major sponsor is Pointsbet and their home stadium is named after an alcoholic brewing company.
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"The whole excuse of religion doesn't make sense. If they're all playing in a stadium sponsored by alcohol and all the jerseys are sponsored by a gambling company, it makes no sense," Kyle said.
"I don't like people being forced to do anything they don't like to do but when you're playing for a team, you've got no decision as to who sponsors the team."
Jackie O added: "But they're okay to talk about gambling and encourage that."
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