There's no denying that the Twitter scrum between Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose was high on drama, but was it daytime TV worthy? Jerry Springer seems to think so, as he tweeted the three love-hate triangle constituents, inviting them to settle their differences on his scandal celebrating show.

"Hey @kanyewest, @wizkhalifa and @DaRealAmberRose," Springer wrote Thursday morning (Jan. 28), "don't fight! I think you should settle this on my show."

Things erupted on Wednesday (Jan. 27) when Kanye tweeted a firestorm at Wiz after the Pittsburgh rapper expressed significant disapproval of Kanye changing his album title to Waves. According to Wiz, such a title is disrespectful to Max B, the agreed upon pioneer of all things wave and wavy. Yet Wiz had good reason to bark at Kanye, as West has repeatedly slandered Wiz's former spouse and mother of his son, Amber Rose. While on The Breakfast Club in February 2015, West said that his current wife Kim Kardashian required him to take 30 showers because of his history with Rose.

While going at Wiz on Wednesday, Kanye repeatedly referenced Rose and the child she and Wiz share together, tweeting things like "you let a stripper trap you" and "You wouldn't have a child if it wasn't for me." Amber Rose, who dated Kanye in the late 00s, jumped into the fray, writing, “Awww @kanyewest are u mad I’m not around to play in ur asshole anymore?”

What Springer correctly diagnosed was a large helping of full-on dirt slinging of the highest degree, or, exactly what he as a talk show host exploits for profit. The chances of the three actually making it to Springer's show are zip to zero and so the host is able to play it as a joke while the rest of the beef bystanders are left scratching their heads wonedring where things go from here.

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