A target of the infamous Sis, Is This Your Man? Facebook group called out members for ‘cyberbullying’ him on The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
On Thursday’s episode, hosts Jackie ‘O’ Henderson and Kyle Sandilands explained that the private Facebook group is used by women to find out about men that they’re dating from Tinder and other apps.
Members of the group can anonymously share photos of men they’re dating and ask for any information about bad behaviour from women they’ve dated in the past.
The radio hosts welcomed a man called Jason who said that he was ‘victim’ of the group, claiming it is a type of ‘cyberbullying.’
Jackie read out some of the claims made about Jason after an anonymous woman asked other members if he had any ‘red flags’ that she should be aware of.
A target of the infamous Sis, Is This Your Man? Facebook group called out members for ‘cyberbullying’ him on The Kyle and Jackie O Show
‘I’ve spoken to him, then we exchanged numbers and then he ghosted me. It’s all about him,’ Jackie read out.
‘He’s a massive narcissist and openly perves of other women in front of you to get a reaction,’ another claimed.
‘I used to chat with him but he doesn’t want a relationship, he only wants to be friends,’ wrote one woman.
‘This **** is an absolute narcissist tosser, always on speed too. He’s a truckie and always wants to chat on the phone for hours then gets the s**ts if you want to get off the phone,’ alleged another woman.
Jackie continued with the last woman’s story, reading aloud: ‘One morning we were going to Macca’s for breakfast and he said to me, “Are you going to put makeup on in case we run into someone I know?’
‘Are any of these things true, Jason?’ Kyle asked.
Members of the group can anonymously share photos of men they’re dating and ask for any information about bad behaviour from women they’ve dated in the past
Referring the last account about the makeup, the trucker said ‘No, who am I going to know at McDonald’s? I’m a 40-year-old man, I don’t know Ronald.’
Jason explained that this date was dropping him back to his car as it was parked at McDonald’s, after he’d stayed the night at her place.
After the woman spent some time getting ready in the bathroom, Jason asked her if she was ready to go or ‘needed to put on makeup or something?’
The woman apparently got angry at him and Jason said that ‘all girls are different.’
Kyle then added that ‘when girls say “I’m ready” and then you get the keys and the wallet and then we stand around for another hour for some unknown reason.’
Jackie responded, ‘I still think if you say that to a girl they’re going to take that the wrong way.’
Jackie read out some of the claims made about Jason after an anonymous woman asked other members if he had any ‘red flags’ that she should be aware of
‘Are any of these things true, Jason?’ Kyle asked after listening to the horrifying accounts from women who had dated the serial ghoster
Jason was also accused of ‘ghosting’ and volunteered the three reasons he ghosts potential dates.
‘One, they got the personality of a door stop. Two, if they have two or three children and don’t disclose that in their bio. Three, if you got six photos of yourself and they show your face and double D cleavage but don’t show your size 18 waistline,’ he said.
Jason claimed the Facebook group is a ‘horrible site. I don’t know how it’s not classed as cyberbullying.’
Kyle then brings up that there is male equivalent of the site called, ‘Do We Have the Same Girlfriend?’
‘They both should be shut down if you ask me,’ said Jason, to which Kyle agreed.