Did someone say Twitter beef? Jerry Springer happily chimed in on the epic Twitter feud that went down between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa on Wednesday, January 27 — by inviting the pair onto his show, along with their mutual ex, Amber Rose.
“Hey @kanyewest, @wizkhalifa and @DaRealAmberRose, don’t fight!” the iconic TV personality tweeted on Thursday, January 28. “I think you should settle this on my show.”
Springer’s eponymous daytime talk show, now in its 25th season and especially popular in the '90s, frequently features family members, former friends and lovers and other individuals who want to clear the air on television. On occasion, the guests engage in physical altercations and shouting matches.
"Everyone says the Presidential debates should be held on The Jerry Springer Show, why not Kanye, Wiz and Amber?!" Springer told Us in a statement. "Actually, my tweet was a bit tongue-in-cheek. As much as it would be great to have stars of their magnitude on the show, we usually only do real people with real problems … never celebrities. But, that said, I would make an exception … we would definitely have them on the show to settle this feud. Hey, I would love to hang with the big guys!"
Fans of the show quickly reacted to Springer’s tweet with comments in support of the idea.
“Haha best episode ever!! YOU ARE NOT the waviest,” one user wrote.
On Wednesday, West, 38, and Khalifa, 28, caused a ruckus online after they had a public spat on Twitter, during which West sarcastically complimented Khalifa’s pants, dissed Rose, 32, and mistakenly thought Khalifa was disrespecting his wife, Kim Kardashian.
West later deleted his series of angry tweets, noting that he just wanted to be “all about positive energy blessings.”
Rose wasn’t so quick to forgive her ex, however, and retaliated in a NSFW tweet taunting West.
“Lol @kanyewest Now u wanna delete ur tweets cuz Muva has arrived?” she tweeted. “#TwitterFingers #UrGettingBodiedByAStripperN—a.”
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