Pete Davidson Jokes About Kanye West At Stand-Up Show

Pete Davidson returned to the stage for his first show in three years on the first night of “Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival.”

During a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl on Thursday, she brought up her troubled relationship with “SNL” star Kanye West. According to “Entertainment Tonight,” Davidson opened her set, referring to the time when Kim Kardashian’s ex allegedly spread a rumor that Davidson had AIDS.

Davidson joked that he believed he had the deadly virus because Ye was a “genius.” He also reportedly said the humiliation was “weird when you can’t do anything about it.”

Davidson was at the receiving end of West’s attacks after she began dating Kim in the midst of the couple’s divorce. In his “Eazy” collaboration with The Game, Ye threatened to “beat Pete Davidson’s ass” and described his abduction and burial in the music video. He also took aim at Davidson several times on social media.

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Later on the stand-up set, Davidson continued to joke about Jack Harlow’s collaboration with West in DONDA 2, but said he wasn’t upset about it despite his friendship with Harlow. However, he said it would be a different story if King of Staten Island co-star Bill Burr went to the Sunday Service.

The comedian also recalled going to a basketball game with Chris Rock in December 2021. “Before life is over,” he joked, adding that unfortunate things happened to both comics afterwards. For Rock, it was Will Smith’s infamous slap at the Oscars, and for Davidson, it was the beheading of him in the “Eazy” video.

He has since stopped using social media and has refrained from attacking Davidson following reports that he was “walking away for help.”

Later on the stand-up set, Davidson continued to joke about Jack Harlow’s collaboration with West in DONDA 2, but said he wasn’t upset about it despite his friendship with Harlow. However, he said it would be a different story if King of Staten Island co-star Bill Burr went to the Sunday Service.

The comedian also recalled going to a basketball game with Chris Rock in December 2021. “Before life is over,” he joked, adding that unfortunate things happened to both comics afterwards. For Rock, it was Will Smith’s infamous slap at the Oscars, and for Davidson, it was the beheading of him in the “Eazy” video.

He has since stopped using social media and has refrained from attacking Davidson following reports that he was “walking away for help.”

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