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Are Krispy Kreme donuts BOGAN? Jett Kenny sparks debate

Jett Kenny sparked debate among his followers on when he called Krispy Kreme donuts ‘overrated’ and for the ‘uncultured’.

The 28-year-old model and IronMan, who is the son of IronMan Grant Kenny and swimmer Lisa Curry, shared his thoughts about the popular fast-food treat on his Instagram stories during a Q&A with fans. 

Jett said he doesn’t rate Krispy Kremes and instead prefers donuts from the likes of Wendy’s and Donut King.

Are Krispy Kreme donuts BOGAN? Jett Kenny sparked a debate on Thursday as he called the popular fast-food treat 'uncultured'

Are Krispy Kreme donuts BOGAN? Jett Kenny sparked a debate on Thursday as he called the popular fast-food treat 'uncultured'

Are Krispy Kreme donuts BOGAN? Jett Kenny sparked a debate on as he called the popular fast-food treat ‘uncultured’

‘Krispy Kremes are overrated,’ Jett began. 

One fan asked the hunk to ‘name a better donut than Krispy Kreme’.

Jett then called Krispy Kreme donuts ‘uncultured,’ saying: ‘Literally any donut from Wendy’s, Donut King or Kenilworth bakery [a bakery in Queensland]. Krispy Kremes are for the uncultured’.

Preferred treats: Jett said he doesn't rate Krispy Kremes and instead prefers donuts from the likes of Wendy's and Donut King

Preferred treats: Jett said he doesn't rate Krispy Kremes and instead prefers donuts from the likes of Wendy's and Donut King

Preferred treats: Jett said he doesn’t rate Krispy Kremes and instead prefers donuts from the likes of Wendy’s and Donut King

Back in 2018, Jett admitted that despite his incredibly ripped physique, he has a ‘terrible diet’.

He told 9Coach at the time: ‘I have a terrible diet. I probably shouldn’t say what I eat every day, but it’s gotten better the last few of years.’

‘I love donuts, chicken nuggets, I love thick shakes,’ he confessed. ‘Oh and bacon as well, anything that’s not good for me!’  

Jett added that, when he is being health-conscious, his typical dinner is chicken and salad, while breakfast is either a bowl of cereal or eggs and toast.

For his training regime, the model described his workouts as ‘pretty full on’.

Jett goes swimming three times a week, as well as two morning sessions at the gym and alternating between board and ski training.

Meanwhile in September, he told The Daily Telegraph that he ate a banana for the first time when he appeared on SAS Australia last year. 

‘I ate a banana for the first time on the show,’ he said. 

Jett also revealed he disliked the food served to the reality TV recruits so much he lost eight kilograms during filming. 

‘The selection of food I eat isn’t great at the best of times,’ he conceded.

The son of Uncle Toby’s spokesperson Lisa Curry also revealed he actually can’t stand eating oats, which was often served on the show.

‘I am not an oats fan,’ stated the ironman, saying that his preferred food would be McDonalds.

Say what?! Meanwhile in September, he told The Daily Telegraph that he ate a banana for the first time when he appeared on SAS Australia last year

Say what?! Meanwhile in September, he told The Daily Telegraph that he ate a banana for the first time when he appeared on SAS Australia last year

Say what?! Meanwhile in September, he told The Daily Telegraph that he ate a banana for the first time when he appeared on SAS Australia last year

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