Outrage as men claim women in relationships should not have Instagram as it’s ‘a form of cheating’

Outrage as two men demand all women in relationships should QUIT Instagram because it’s ‘cheating’ in a VERY heated debate: ‘I expect a certain type of woman when married’

  • Two podcasters have shocked social media after making outrageous claims 
  • Fresh & Fit hosts said it’s ‘cheating’ if a woman in a relationship has Instagram
  • The US duo appeared on Kyle and Jackie-O on KIIS 106.5 this morning
  • Jackie ‘O’ Henderson ripped into the men deeming the claims as ‘misogynistic’

A pair of podcasters have left hundreds outraged after claiming women in serious relationships should not have Instagram because it’s ‘a form of cheating’.

Founders Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes of the Fresh & Fit Podcast, from the US, joined Kyle and Jackie O on Friday morning after a video went viral on TikTok detailing their controversial opinions.

The duo believe men and women ‘are not equals’ and it’s okay for men to post what they want on Instagram but women in relationships should not be allowed to have an account.

Jackie ‘O’ Henderson quickly ripped into the podcasters deeming their claims as ‘misogynistic and egotistical’, while the two men laughed in response to her comments.

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Appearing on Kyle and Jackie-O on KIIS 106.5 this morning, Jackie O (pictured) quickly ripped into the podcasters deeming their claims to be 'misogynistic and egotistical'

Founders Myron Gaines and Walter Weekes of the Fresh & Fit Podcast, from the US, made shocking claims stating it’s ‘cheating’ if a woman has Instagram and is in a serious relationship

The podcasters believe women receive more attention from men when posting ‘scantily clad photos’ in bikinis showing off their body.

But according to the claims, men can have Instagram, post photos of themselves and also be in a committed relationship.

‘If I am going to commit to you, give you a marriage, give you a title, give you a ring, give you children – I expect a certain type of woman,’ the podcasters said.

To explain the views further, they used an analogy about a car that is owned by a person, implying it’s the same as a woman to a man.

They added how ‘women want attention and men want sex’, and so women shouldn’t be ‘advertising themselves’ as men will act on their options if they have the ability to do so.

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‘I’m explaining to you how men view relationships. You might not like it, it might hurt your feelings, you might say I’m not a piece of property or whatever. But with all due respect, f*ck your feelings,’ Myron said to Jackie. 

Shocked at the claims, an angered Jackie O continued to question their statements and snared back.

‘You don’t own us in a relationship, so we can post what we want! If you have an insecurity with that, that’s on you,’ she said. 

‘I don’t care about your feelings either. You are actually misogynistic and egotistical, and it’s kind of a concern the way you view relationships like you have ownerships of women.’  

Myrion and Walter continued to speak down to Jackie, claiming she is letting ‘her feelings get in the way of basic logic’.

The podcasters believe women receive more attention from men when posting 'scantily clad photos' in bikinis showing off their body

The podcasters believe women receive more attention from men when posting ‘scantily clad photos’ in bikinis showing off their body

As the heated chat continued, the podcasters highlighted the inequality they believe in by saying: ‘A man is capable of having sex with other women while still loving their girl the same, so it’s not that big a deal, but if your woman is out here fielding options that’s an issue’. 

Kyle jumped in disagreeing with the statements and tells the men to grow up before hanging up and calling them ‘misogynistic toads’.

An irritated fan of the show called and said: ‘They’re pretty much saying that it is my responsibility to control men’s actions in my inbox. I’m not accountable for what men do in my life, that’s their own business.’ 

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