Pete Davidson has surely had a “weird year” ever since his new relationship with Kim Kardashian and the baggage a.k.a her ex-lover Kanye West has brought along. The comedian has been threatened a little bit of violence for dating West’s estranged wife, Kim Kardashian and has also done all kinds of bizarre stuff to win back Kardashian. But Pete Davidson has had enough.
During Davidson’s Netflix Is a Joke: The Festival set, the “Saturday Night Live” star had a thing or two to say to Kanye West. He began by bringing up the topic about West suggesting Pete Davidson having AIDS.
“I’ve had a really weird year. I had an AIDS scare this year,” Davidson joked onstage. “Yeah, I did, 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 had AIDS. And he’s a genius so I was like, ‘Oh, fuck. I better call my doctor. The guy who made ‘College Dropout’ thinks I have AIDS.’”
Pete Davidson went on to explain that saying someone has AIDS is “such a ’90s, early 2000s thing.”
“John Mulaney called me and he was like ‘AIDS? You should spread a rumor that he has polio,’” the “Big Time Adolescent” star added. “My doctor told me I don’t have AIDS, I just look like I have it. It’s a completely different thing.”
Davidson continued his set by mocking West, saying “Does anybody else secretly hope that Kanye showed up as Mrs. Doubtfire? I would come home and someone would be like this is the new housekeeper and He’d be like What up Fam!?”
He elaborated his bit by saying that when he meets people it always goes 50/50, that they either say “Hey man, you’re really cool, or they say Hey yo, f-k you!”
He also said people have asked him whether he’s offended that his friend Jack Harlow was featured on West’s “Louis Bags” from Donda 2.
“They’re like, ‘How does that make you feel? Does that bother you? Does that get under your skin?’ And I’m like, ‘No, he’s a rapper.’ That’s his field. That’s what they do. It doesn’t hurt my feelings,” he said. “It would hurt my feelings if I saw Bill Burr at Sunday Service.”
Whiek Pete Davidson and Kanye West’s verbal battle continues, Davidson has previously asked Kanye West to handle the separation from his ex-wife in a different way and to think about the West-Kardashian children to prevent trauma during these difficult times.