Pete Davidson jokes Kanye should pull a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ to see his children

“I’ve had a really weird year.”

Pete Davidson is having one of the weirdest years of all of us, thanks to his new relationship with Megastar Kim Kardashian. Like new episodes of The Kardashians Dropping on Hulu, we’re getting closer to revealing that Davidson and Kardashian have found love on set Saturday night live—And, naturally, she angered her ex Kanye West to the extreme.

But before we get to Kim’s story, Davidson shared her own perspective. While performing at the Netflix Is A Joke Festival in Los Angeles — yes, the same place where Dave Chappelle was attacked — SNL the vet opened up about the different hells he went through while pursuing a relationship with West’s ex-wife.

“This year I was scared of AIDS. You’re like, ‘Pete, wow. What is happening in your life? Are you sharing needles? Are you using heroin? Are you having unprotected sex? ”, Davidson quips. “No. Kanye told me I had AIDS.”

Davidson then declares West a “genius”, and when is genius incorrect? Obviously never. The comic said he was “actually tested” because he thought West might be right, but the doctor said he just “looks like he has AIDS.”

“It’s a whole other thing,” Davidson continued, continuing to regard AIDS as an old-fashioned insult. “John Mulaney called me and said, ‘AIDS? You should spread rumors that he has polio! ‘”

“John Mulaney called me and said, ‘AIDS? You should spread rumors that he has polio! ‘”

Then Davidson announced that he was cheering for West to pull a “Mrs. DoubtfireAnd introduced herself as the new butler for the Kardashian family. Now, that’s exactly the kind of stuff Kris Jenner can use to spice up her new Hulu series!

Things took a little darker turn when Davidson said that no one in his life had any advice for him, just that they were hoping he was safe and stable as the crash with Kanye continued to spiral out of reach. control. Obviously, the real worst problem is that people ask him weird questions.

“Someone came up to me one day and said, ‘I heard you’re friends with Jack Harlow,’ and so did Davidson – but so did Kanye, who just introduced the musician on his new album. “Even though I was friends with him for two or three years, he made it anyway. People come to me and they say, ‘How are you feeling? Does that bother you? Does that seep into your skin? ‘”

Davidson’s reaction? “No, he’s a rapper. That is his field. That’s what they do. It doesn’t hurt my feelings – it would hurt my feelings if I saw Bill Burr at Sunday Service. ”

While Davidson and Kardashian continue their A-list relationship in the limelight, the comic says he’s 50% loved and 50% hated by the public. It is clear that Kanye West, who used to be friends, now lives in the second half of society. Pete Davidson jokes Kanye should pull a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ to see his children


Hung is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Hung joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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