Jerry Springer invites Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa to appear on his chat show
Jerry Springer has invited hot-headed rivals Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa to settle their differences on his talk show.
The 71-year-old chat show host is desperate to get the two rappers, who locked horns earlier this week on Twitter, and their mutual ex Amber Rose on his series 'The Jerry Springer Show' to battle it out face-to-face on TV.
Taking to the mircro-blogging site, the funnyman wrote: "Hey @kanyewest, @wizkhalifa and @DaRealAmberRose, don't fight! I think you should settle this on my show. (sic)"
However, Jerry doesn't know how well his proposition would sit with the producers because they usually only tackle "real problems" on his popular US show.
He told UsMagazine.com: "Everyone says the Presidential debates should be held on The Jerry Springer Show, why not Kanye, Wiz and Amber?! 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."
Kanye, 38, and Wiz, 28, hit the headlines mid-week when they became embroiled in a bitter spat online.
The war of words saw the 'Bound 2' hitmaker comment on Wiz's "corny" music, referring to his ex-wife Amber Rose - who Kanye dated from 2008 until 2010 - as a "slapper" and even attack his innocent two-year-old son Sebastian.
Kanye struggled to keep a lid on his temper and released the foul-mouthed tirade after he mistakenly thought Wiz had referenced his wife Kim Kardashian West when he mocked the rapper for changing the name of his album.