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At a Netflix comedy show, Pete Davidson Counter to Kanye West’s comments.

On Friday, Davidson performed two stand-up concerts as part of the Netflix Is A Joke Festival in Los Angeles.

At this weekend’s Netflix Is A Joke Festival, where he headlined two stand-up gigs that were also being recorded for the streaming service, Pete Davidson made his first public statements about being harassed by Kanye “Ye” West.

On Friday, while doing back-to-back sets at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre for his “Pete Davidson and Best Friends” gigs, the comedian began by noting what a strange year he has had so far, joking that it started with an AIDS scare.

West was accused earlier this year of spreading a story that Davidson was suffering from the disease. After Davidson began dating West’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian,

 the rapper publicly chastised the Saturday Night Live actor, with West bullying Davidson on Instagram and Twitter on a daily basis.

After West’s accusation, Davidson joked that he went to the doctor to be checked for AIDS because he was “a genius,” but was told he didn’t have it, just that he looked like he had.

Throughout the set, he made several more nods to West’s comments, including saying that none of his friends or fellow comedians knew how to help him deal with the attacks and just wished him luck; he then remembered going to a basketball game with Chris Rock and Jon Stewart in December 2021,

and how much had changed since then. He taunted, “Chris got slapped, I got decapitated,” and warned Stewart to keep an eye on him.

People had asked Davidson if he was upset with buddy Jack Harlow for working on music with West, to which the comic said that he was not, but that he would be if another friend, such as Bill Burr, attended West’s Sunday Service. He also quipped that he hoped West would do a Mrs. Doubtfire and come up to his ex-house wife’s disguised as a housekeeper.

After performing, Davidson introduced Machine Gun Kelly and brought up buddies Giulio Gallarotti, Neko White, Carly Aquilino, Joey Gay, Derek Gaines, Jordan Rock, and Dave Sirus for their own sets.

He made similar West-focused comments as a special guest at Dave Chappelle’s Hollywood Bowl show on Thursday, and he is set to host a Netflix comedy event

“The Hall: Honoring the Greats of Stand-up” on Sunday after making his red carpet debut with Kardashian at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday.

Something more about Pete Davidson and Kim at the night

The White House Correspondents’ Dinner: The Reality Show Stars Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson

After a two-year hiatus, the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, dubbed the “nerd prom” for its evening of political and media schmoozing, returned Saturday night. It might not seem like the most natural location for a newly discovered celebrity couple to make their red carpet debut.

But if that obsessively-followed, newish celebrity couple was trying to be taken seriously as thoughtful people in their own right, beyond their gossip-page fame; if they were trying to suggest engagement with real issues rather than reality TV;

 if they were trying to convey the idea that their relationship was not just about leveraging two kinds of fame for viral attention but also about a meaningful connection — well, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner — well, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson are a Power Couple. If not like us, then like the rest of the attendees!

On the evening’s step-and-repeat, the two posed as a couple, just like Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his wife, as well as CNN’s Jake Tapper and his wife.

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 Ms. Kardashian and Mr. Davidson, unlike Drew Barrymore, who wore a Lanvin dress with floor-sweeping sleeves, didn’t vamp for the cameras or be caught taking giggly photos with fellow attendees Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell.

Mr. Davidson didn’t even make any of the goofy looks that his “Saturday Night Live” characters are known for.

It’s fascinating to learn about Pete Davidson’s new tattoo, which appears to be dedicated to Kim Kardashian’s children.

Pete Davidson has once again proven his love for Kim Kardashian through tattoos — or so it appears.

Over the weekend, the “Saturday Night Live” actor was seen leaving the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles with a fresh tattoo on his neck that appears to spell “KNSCP.”

Fans theorized on social media that the “K” stood for “Kim,” while the other letters could be a reference to Kardashian’s four children with ex-Kanye West: North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2.

This isn’t the first time Davidson has tattooed himself as a tribute to the reality star.

He was previously branded with Kardashian’s moniker.

Kardashian and Davidson, who began dating after she hosted “SNL” in October 2021, would be present at the dinner hosted by Trevor Noah.

At the first White House correspondents’ dinner since 2019, Noah ridiculed President Joe Biden after opening acts by James Corden and Billy Eichner.

Neither Davidson nor Kardashian have confirmed whether his latest tattoo is in honor of the Skims founder’s children.

Needless to say, we doubt West, 44, will be pleased with the news.



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