On Saturday, Pete Davidson performed with friends at the Tarrytown Music Hall in New York and poked fun at comments that ex-fiancée Ariana Grande made about his penis.

“I don’t like that she talked all that s—- for my penis,” he joked during the gig.

“Everything is huge to her,” he continued. “Why would she tell everyone that I have a huge penis? So that every girl who sees my dick for the rest of my life is disappointed.”

Last year in June, the pop singer bragged about the comedian’s penis size to a fan that was curious about the length of her “Pete” track from her album Sweetener, not the actual size of his penis.

”Like 10 inches… oh f—- … I mean … like a lil over a minute,” Grande wrote in response to the fan on Twitter which has now been deleted.

In addition to the deleted tweet, Grande also made a reference to Davidson’s penis size in her Mean Girls inspired music video for “Thank U, Next,” writing “HUUUUUGE,” next to a photo of the pair in her “Burn Book.”

During Saturday’s gig, Davidson also claimed that Grande’s “Thank U, Next” was released just minutes before an episode of Saturday Night Live aired because it had gotten back to Grande’s team that he had made a comment about her during the dress rehearsal.

“Usually when you hear I said something about someone, you don’t think it’s going to be nice,” Davidson said before adding that he was always planning on saying something nice about Grande.

As even after Grande released the song which mentions Davidson among Grande’s other ex-lovers, he still complimented her on SNL by calling her a “wonderful, strong person” and said that “I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world.”


In October, Davidson and Grande spilt after a four-month engagement. After the break-up, Davidson admitted to not taking the break-up well but in the months since he has been spotted enjoying his single life. Most recently, he was seen chatting with Kate Beckinsale for 45 minutes at the Golden Globes afterparty last week. The two were said to be talking intently for most of the night even after being joined by Kelly, Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen, with one source even saying that they were cuddling at the party. 

Days after the party, Beckinsale slammed an Instagram commenter who shaded her for her flirty interaction with Davidson. 

Also in a throwback photo of Beckinsale with her mother on Instagram, actress Judy Loe, commented, “Dear heavens, Kate. Not Pete Davidson.”

In response, Beckinsale wrote “No, that’s my mother. Easy mistake.”

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