Pete Davidson Addresses His BDE Label And Says His Penis Isn’t “That Special”
She may be preparing for her turn as a good witch in her upcoming film, but honestly, the most “wicked” thing Ariana Grande ever did was inform us about how big Pete Davidson‘s dick is. None of us needed to know that Pete’s pistol tickled her insides until it reached her throat and caused her to sing to the Heavens. The bright side is that this information did wonders for Pete’s love life, even though he admitted Ariana was exaggerating just a bit. Now, tired of all the lies and propaganda surrounding his allegedly magical penis, Pete is finally setting the record straight to let everyone know exactly how much he’s got tucked away inside his tightie whities.
Pete recently sat down for an interview on The Breakfast Club with legendary Monarch of Mess Charlamagne Tha God. Initially, their conversation was filled with the standard circle jerk fair; Pete’s upbringing, and Pete’s upcoming Peacock show Bupkis, which is loosely based on his real life and also stars Edie Falco and Joe Pesci. Here’s the trailer for it:
But who cares about that! So in an attempt to turn the tides to the titillating, Page Six reports that Charlamagne brought the interview back to real journalism when he alluded to the timeless question first uttered by Salt-N-Pepa in 1993’s ‘Shoop’: “How does it hang?” Now, I’m not sure if Pete has ever been asked this question by another guy, but it didn’t seem to bother him as he finally revealed his dick isn’t too big or too small. It’s just right, and like a bag of M&M’s can be enjoyed by everyone.
While discussing how he landed on the title of his new series, “Bupkis” — which tells “a heightened, fictionalized version” of the comedian’s real life — host Charlamagne tha God asked whether an ode to his member was ever considered.
“I don’t understand. It’s really not that special,” a bashful Davidson, 29, replied. “It’s a very normal-sized penis.”
“It’s not too big or too small,” he went on, essentially calling the organ’s dimensions just right.
“It’s big enough to enjoy and not big enough for it to hurt, is what I was told,” added the “Saturday Night Live” alum, who will be making his big return on May 6 to host for the first time.
After Pete’s answer, Charlamagne immediately changed the subject to something else, perhaps because of penis envy. Or perhaps because it was a creepy ass question to ask in the first place, and he probably didn’t think Pete would answer. But the best thing about their interaction is that no one ever has to ask this question again, even though somebody probably will. I think the only way to really make the question stop is for Pete to just whip it out and show us. That will end the conversation once and for all.
Check out the end of Pete’s BDE (Big Dick Era) at the 1:01 mark.