Radio DJ Mancow Muller says Howard Stern can ‘burn in hell’ for rape jokes
Former radio competitor Mancow Muller has a clear message for Howard Stern, the self-proclaimed “King of All Media.”
“Oh, so now he’s a nice guy? He can go to hell,” Mancow stated in a new trailer for Vice TV’s upcoming docuseries, “Dark Side of the 2000s.”
Mancow, whose real name is Matthew Erich Muller, had a bitter feud with Stern in the 90s when they were rival disc jockeys at different radio stations.
During this time, Mancow’s father, John, was battling terminal cancer, and Stern went on scathing rants about Mancow, even making threats of sexual assault.
“My father, who was a $30,000 a year cabinet maker, became the main topic on Stern’s show for a year,” Mancow, 57, recalled in the docuseries.
He then recounted the derogatory comments Stern made about his father’s illness and death.
“He counted down to my father’s death, talked about having sex with my mother, using her saliva on himself during my rape, and even encouraged his listeners to attend my father’s funeral,” Mancow listed.
During one particularly intense rant, Stern referred to Mancow as his “bitch” and called himself “the master vampire.”
“This kind of demonic evil is just wrong,” Mancow commented after hearing the clip.
Even some of Stern’s own staff at the time felt that he had gone too far.
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Jackie Martling, the former head writer for “The Howard Stern Show,” also spoke about the “ruthless” feud in the docuseries.
“He would say horrible things. I didn’t want anyone to think that this was my idea,” she said.
Mancow claimed that Stern’s team reached out to him and apologized. They wanted him to know that they didn’t write the offensive content and recognized it as a mistake.