THE radio host had a very passionate stance on David Quinn's tweet about praising men.
Last night's The Tonight Show on TV3 showed a multitude of voices with all differing opinions.
Sunday Times writer David Quinn and former Today FM presenter Anton Savage went head to head over a tweet Mr Quinn sent in the past.
Fed up with political correctness and apparently female empowerment, Mr Quinn urged his followers to appreciate men more, saying men have built this very world we live in.
The tweet read: "The built world around you; men did that. Your house, car, street, plumbing, electric wiring etc. Men. Let's say something nice about men today."
The built world around you; men did that. Your house, car, street, plumbing, electric wiring etc. Men. Let's say sonething nice about men today.
— David Quinn (@DavQuinn) April 9, 2018
The tweet at the time of posting received substantial criticism by Twitter users as many pointed out men cannot give birth among a long list of things.
The tweet was brought up as a topic of debate on last night's edition of the Tonight Show and as Mr Quinn began to defend his thoughts, Mr Savage scoffed at the tweet insinuating that men have done everything to make the planet exist.
"You picked the only industry that women no longer have any role in and used that as your selection to praise men" @AntonSavageShow criticises the controversial tweet by @DavQuinn #tonightTV3 @cooper_m @IvanYatesNT pic.twitter.com/EhLWkFruRi
— The Tonight Show TV3 (@TonightShowTV3) April 20, 2018
The quality and eloquence found in Mr Savage's speech was even noticed by Hollywood actor Russell Crowe, who commended the Irish radio figure by saying he was "on a roll."
The lad is on a roll https://t.co/XhY3I9t9Td
— Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) April 20, 2018