“She’s been around forever. She’s like a cockroach, she can’t be extinguished. I mean she’s invincible; she’s an Aussie TV legend,” she said.
Addressing the fight, she remarked, “It sounds more scary when you read it in the paper later; it sounds more intense and personal than when you’re face-to-face.”
Kyle Sandilands decided to get Kennerley involved.
KAK said on-air, “I am still deeply offended by being called a racist, which is completely untrue.”
“Yumi, what the heck are you doing there and why aren’t you in here? I thought you wanted to stay in bed,” she asked.
The pair went on to argue ontop of each other.
Listeners were able to hear Stynes say: “You’re saying those people shouldn’t be protesting. It’s an insensitive thing to say. Drawing on your own past as a daughter of migrants is a really wack thing to say.”
Kennerley ended the chat saying, “I am very sorry Yumi that you didn’t come in to be part of this, because it is an important debate. I was highly offended and hurt by it, but I’m probably way too sensitive.”
“Hey Kyle, do you know what I love? White people telling me about racism,” Stynes responded.
Jackie O told the listeners, “There’s quite a few things we had to beep out there… sorry guys.”