Pete Davidson Jokes About Kanye West During Stand-Up Show, Addresses Beef & AIDS Rumor: The Guy Who Made ‘College Dropout’ Says I Have AIDS
It looks like Pete Davidson is using comedy as a way to throw shots at Kanye West!
During a recent performance at the Netflix Is a Joke comedy festival, Pete Davidson took the time to address his beef with Kanye West, 44, and take a few shots of his own. The Saturday Night Live comedian opened by addressing some of the negative remarks Ye has made about him over the past few months. Pete joked,
“I’ve had a really weird year.. I had an AIDS scare this year. And you’re like ‘Pete wow what’s going on in your life? Are you sharing needles? Are you doing heroin? Are you having tons of unprotected sex?’ No, Kanye told me I have AIDS.”
Pete Davidson, 28, continued,
“He’s a genius so I was like, ‘Oh f**k. I better call my doctor. The guy who made ‘College Dropout’ says I have AIDS.”
Kim Kardashian’s boyfriend then took a jab at the “Junya” rapper who at one point was desperately trying to bring his family back together amidst his divorce from the SKIMS owner. During his performance, Pete Davidson joked,
“Does anybody else secretly hope that Kanye pulls a Mrs. Doubtfire? I come home one day and they’re like, ‘This is the new housekeeper’ and he’s like, ‘What’s up fam?!’”
The comedian also revealed that none of his peers were able to give him good advice when Kanye was making disparaging comments about him on social media.
“It’s a really weird thing to go through, because people try to give you advice but even friends that are older than you are like, ‘I don’t know. It looks pretty bad bro. Good luck. Sorry. Here if you need.’ But like no advice.”
Pete Davidson even laughed about how his good friend, rapper Jack Harlow collaborated on Kanye’s album, ‘Donda 2’ despite the ongoing beef.
“Kanye put him on his new album even though I’ve been friends with him for like two, three years, he did it anyway and people come up to me like, ‘How does that make you feel? Does that bother you? Does it get under your skin?’ and I’m like, ‘No, he’s a rapper. That’s his field That’s what they do.’ That doesn’t hurt my feelings. It would hurt my feelings if I saw like Bill Burr at Sunday Service.”
Check out Pete Davidson’s performance below:
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