And Martha Kalifatidis said she agreed with their assessment during an interview on the Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday.
The 33-year-old declared the popular American podcaster 'talks a lot of s**t' on his show the Joe Rogan Experience.
Speaking out: Martha Kalifatidis (pictured) has slammed podcaster Joe Rogan during her interview on the Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday
Rogan has been criticised for discouraging young people from getting vaccinated, as well as promoting harmful alternative treatments like ivermectin for combating the deadly Covid-19 virus.
'He finds the one person that will side with him in the science, and then he'll have them on [his show].'
'He's a flog,' agreed co-host Kyle Sandilands.
Smacked down: The 33-year-old declared the popular American podcaster 'talks a lot of s**t' on his show the Joe Rogan Experience. Rogan pictured
The Married At First Sight star's comments come after 270 doctors and scientists wrote an open letter to Spotify expressing concern over 'false and societally harmful assertions' on the The Joe Rogan Experience.
They singled out one particular episode in which Rogan's guest, virologist Dr. Robert Malone, suggested that societal leaders have 'hypnotised' the public into believing Covid is more serious than it actually is.
The deadly virus has currently claimed more than 5.55 million lives worldwide.
Hosts: Kyle Sandilands (left) tended to agree with Martha, calling Rogan 'a flog'
Earlier this month, an Australian news host stared down a challenge from Rogan over wild claims a rare heart condition is related to vaccines on the American's hugely popular podcast.
Josh Szeps, an ABC Weekend breakfast news presenter who is known in the United States as a former host of Huff Post Live, disputed Rogan's claim that boys who receive a Covid jab had a higher risk of heart inflammation.
The Aussie guest was proved right on the influential show, which is downloaded 190 million times a month, and the pair's feisty exchange went viral in an online clip.
Australian news host Josh Szeps recently stared down a challenge from Joe Rogan over a rare Covid-related illness on the American's hugely popular podcast
The Aussie guest was proved right on the influential show, which is downloaded 190 million times a month, and the pair's feisty exchange went viral in an online clip
Szeps rejected Rogan's claim, saying boys were 'about eight times more likely' to get myocarditis after a Covid infection than after a Covid vaccine.
'I don't think that's true,' Rogan, the podcaster and UFC commentator said.
'It is,' Szeps replied.
'No, no, no, I don't