Celebrity Pete Davidson jokes Kanye would do a ‘Mrs Doubtfire’ in new stand-up

Pete Davidson, the comedian from Saturday Night Live (SNL) recently appeared in a stand-up set on “Netflix is a Joke.” He poked fun at celebrity rapper Kanye West, the ex-husband of his girlfriend Kim Kardashian, who is a celebrity reality star. He said that the rapper might do a “Mrs Doubtfire.” He was referring to a nineties movie with this title.

Kanye West had been attacking both his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson for weeks on end, although he stayed silent after a 24-hour ban on social media. He attacked Pete with memes, monikers and music videos. He accused Kim Kardashian of denying him access to their four kids, early this year. Now, it’s the turn of the SNL star to get back at Ye, with jokes, on his standup set.

Pete Davidson mentioned that Ye could do a Mrs Doubtfire, a movie of the nineties starring comedian Robin Williams. In the movie, Williams dressed up as a housekeeper to spend time with his kids, after he got a divorce from his ex-wife. The movie was a hit and was made in other languages, across the world.

Pete Davidson also addressed the issue where Kanye had spread rumors that the comedian had AIDS. He made fun of this rumor saying that actor John Mulaney had called him up and told him to spread a rumor that the celebrity rapper had polio.

The SNL comedian also said that his friend Jack Harlow’s collaboration with Ye had not bothered him as he is a rapper too but he would be bothered if Bill Burr attended the rapper’s Sunday Service, as Burr is a popular American comedian.



Reports say that Kim Kardashian attended the show that took place at Fonda Theater in Los Angeles. Many reports and sources have told several outlets that the celebrity reality star of The Kardashians is happy after she got back her “single” status. She is also happy in her relationship with the celebrity comedian Pete Davidson.

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