Jake Paul, the US boxer, has offered to sponsor a $60 million boxing showdown between Kanye West and Pete Davidson — to settle their differences.
West and Davidson have been at loggerheads since the former’s marriage to Kim Kardashian hit the rocks.
The rapper and Kardashian share four kids — North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2 — together.
After her marriage to Kanye West crashed, Kardashian started dating Pete, the US actor and comedian.
Pete’s relationship with Kim, however, did not sit well with Kanye West, resulting in a heated verbal war between the pair.
Their rift has also continued to elicit concerns in some quarters with Paul saying he is “sick of the back and forth” between the pair on social media.
The 25-year-old said their spat could have a negative impact on West’s four kids.
He also called on both parties to consider taking to the ring to put an end to their feud.
“I’m kinda sick of them going back and forth on social media and I think its affecting the kids’ lives, like Kanye and Kim’s kids. They’re gonna be the ones that take the most trauma from this,” he told TMZ.
The boxer said he has already gotten partners willing to make the fight a reality if West and Pete eventually accept the challenge.
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He also dismissed claims that the boxing showdown was a publicity stunt.
“Everyone knows I was the highest-paid boxer last year. I can guarantee the money myself, but we have partners and stuff. The money’s good,” he added.
West had recently alleged that Davidson, 28, sent “antagonising” text messages about his relationship with Kardashian
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