The radio host claims John also sent him a picture of his daughter pointing at her two Coles collectibles and pouting.
Kyle said he was more than happy to help his friend out, responding, "I've got your back, I've got you covered."
He admitted that the situation was odd.
"As if John Ibrahim would be talking to Kyle Sandilands about Coles mini shops!"
Given Ibrahim's reputation, Kyle was concerned that authorities would mistake the message exchange for something more sinister.
"Just let the federal police know, if you're intercepting our phones still, this is not a code for anything," he said.
The 48-year-old clarified that the collectibles didn't contain anything suspicious.
"I do not want you going down raiding John's house, sawing up the little collectibles. There's nothing in them!" Kyle added.
Ibrahim shared details about his friendship with the radio host in his 2017 book, Last King of the Cross, noting they grew up under similar circumstances.
"A lot of people don’t know that Kyle grew up rough, where good role models weren’t common. We didn’t have a lot of success stories living around us."