Last week, Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan, 54, was at the centre of a petition, which saw thousands calling for him to be axed after his views on non-binary gender.
Today, the outspoken journalist and his co-star Susanna Reid, 48, spoke out about the petition on the show.
He later took to Twitter to urge people to vote on whether he should stay or go.
BBC journalist Daniel Sandford, 53, shared Good Morning Britain’s post in view of his 75,000 followers.
BBC desperate for me to be fired - do the maths, folks!
The post read: “There are calls for @piersmorgan to be fired over his views on gender. Should he stay or should he go?”
Daniel captioned the post: “Your chance to decide if Piers Morgan should be fired. It's in your hands everybody (maybe).”
Piers responded to Daniel’s post in view of his 6.83 million followers, writing: “BBC desperate for me to be fired - do the maths, folks!”
The BBC star replied: “(Piers Morgan’s GMB is still miles behind BBC Breakfast in the ratings)."
Refusing to hold back, the Good Morning Britain host responded: “Gap closing fast and we get ten times the noise/attention/scoops.
“No wonder you lot are panicking and want me gone.”
Piers Morgan: GMB host said the BBC are 'desperate' for him to get fired from the show