Pete Davidson Clarifies The Size Of His Manhood

Finally, Pete Davidson unveiled the teaser for Bupkis, the fictionalised version of his upcoming show that is based on his life. However, the size of the comedian’s manhood, which has been the topic of much internet discussion lately, rather overshadowed this entire scene.

Now, Pete Davidson was born in New York City back in 1993. His childhood was marked by tragedy when his father died in service for the fire brigade during the 9/11 attacks. Davidson was just 7 years old when his father passed, and he has spoken about how huge the effect of this loss was on him.

On Jon Bernthal’s Real Ones podcast, he recently discussed his memories of that time and how his father “told me he was going to pick me up on 9/11.”

“I got picked up by my mom. She didn’t tell me what was going on for like three days. She kept telling me dad’s at work, I had no idea.

“My mom’s like, ‘You’re just grounded, you’re not allowed to watch TV’.

“I was like, ‘What? I didn’t do anything’. And then one night I turn on the TV and I saw my dad on TV.

“They’re like, ‘These are all the fireman who are dead’,” he said, per The Mirror.

He continued, saying it was a “weird” period for his family as they had to wait to see if his father would emerge from the rubble alive or dead.

“There was just some sort of hope and it was just up and down and nobody knew the right way to deal with it.”

He added how it has impacted him later on in life: “Dad says he’s going to pick you up, he doesn’t, so for life I don’t believe anyone.

“I’m trying to learn how to believe people and Hollywood isn’t the best place to learn that skill. I went from traumatic life to high school traumatic life, because Hollywood’s like high school.”

Davidson has struggled a bit in the spotlight, largely because of his several high-profile romances. The Saturday Night Live actor has reportedly been associated to a number of people, including Kim Kardashian, Cazzie David, Ariana Grande, Kate Beckinsdale, Margaret Qualley, Kaia Gerber, Phoebe Dyvenor, and Margaret Qualley.

With this dating history, it should come as no surprise that the internet has been clamouring to know the size of Davidson’s manhood for a while.

And now, the star has addressed the rumours while talking to Charlamagne tha God on The Breakfast Club.

While discussing his new show Bupkis, the host asked whether Davidson had considered mentioning his member.

“I don’t understand. It’s really not that special,” the twenty-nine-year-old responded. “It’s a very normal-sized penis.”

“It’s not too big or too small,” he added.

“It’s big enough to enjoy and not big enough for it to hurt, is what I was told,” Davidson further clarified.

Check out the interview below…

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