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Jackie O Henderson is sent into a rage as her co-host Kyle Sandilands plays F*** Tha Police

‘I don’t condone that at all!’ Jackie O Henderson is sent into a rage as her co-host Kyle Sandilands plays N.W.A’s F*** Tha Police LIVE on air

They’ve been working together for almost 20 years so it comes as no surprise Kyle Sandilands knows how to push Jackie O Henderson’s buttons.

And on Friday, Kyle, 49, sent his co-host into a rage when he played American group N.W.A’s protest song F*** Tha Police live on KIIS FM’s Kyle and Jackie O show.

‘This is the greatest song ever and I know a lot of police officers listen to this show, obviously just to monitor where I am and what I’m doing,’ Kyle told listeners.

‘I don’t condone that at all!’ Jackie O Henderson (pictured) was sent into a rage after her co-host Kyle Sandilands played N.W.A’s F*** Tha Police LIVE on air on Friday

‘But here is a song for our men and women in blue,’ he said before playing the song live on air.

After listening to the song, Jackie O, 45, told her co-host: ‘I don’t condone that at all. I respect the police.’

‘I love them and I didn’t even know you were doing that,’ she explained. 

Kyle told listeners: 'This is the greatest song ever and I know a lot of police officers listen to this show, obviously just to monitor where I am and what I'm doing'

Kyle told listeners: ‘This is the greatest song ever and I know a lot of police officers listen to this show, obviously just to monitor where I am and what I’m doing’

Kyle admitted he didn’t inform Jackie he would be playing the song because he knew ‘she’d have tried to stop it’.

‘Yeah well you didn’t even tell me you were doing that until the last second,’ Jackie O said.

Meanwhile, N.W.A’s F*** Tha Police is featured on the Straight Outta Compton album as well the hip hop group’s Greatest Hits album.

Not happy: After listening to the song, Jackie O told her co-host: 'I don't condone that at all. I respect the police'

Not happy: After listening to the song, Jackie O told her co-host: ‘I don’t condone that at all. I respect the police’

The song, which was released in 1988, protests police brutality and racial or ethnic profiling.

In 1989, Triple J was the only radio show in the world to play the song live on air.

But after six months, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation banned the network from playing F*** Tha Police.

'You didn't tell me!'Kyle admitted he didn't inform Jackie he would be playing the song because he knew 'she'd have tried to stop it'

‘You didn’t tell me!’Kyle admitted he didn’t inform Jackie he would be playing the song because he knew ‘she’d have tried to stop it’

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