Pete Davidson has moved out of his mother’s home.
The 27-year-old “Saturday Night Live” actor lived with his mother in the Staten Island district of New York City for a while and laughed at himself many times. They own a house together.
However, he recently revealed that he now lives alone.
Last week, TikTok user @ddanidoubledd shared a video chat with Davidson in which the “SNL” star was asked about mental health issues. The star stopped to open the door for his new home, and then answered.
Pete Davidson (PETE DAVIDSON) said that he and his mother bought a house for a house and lived in a “human cave”
He said: “I just moved out of my mother’s house.” “I’m exhausted, I have a cushion.”
The comedian confirmed about two years ago that he walked into a house with his mother.
He said at the time that he called the basement his “human cave”, but the “Mulani [comedian John Mulaney and his wife Annamarie] Tell me, if I say this, they will no longer be my friends. “
“So now I call it’the’ basement, like’Ohio State University’.”
When the audience laughed, he clarified: “The important thing is’that’.”
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Davidson’s semi-autobiographical film “The King of Staten Island” also played the role of Marisa Tomei (Marisa Tomei) living with her mother.
Quoting real estate records, the sixth page of the New York Post reported that Davidson and his mother bought the mansion for $4.5 million, which included a private main wing and high-end kitchen.
In February 2021, Davidson revealed on “SNL” that he wanted to move out.
“I like pandemic lovers [Day] Because it’s the first time I’m alone, it’s not my fault,” he joked in the “Weekend Update” section: “I’ve been eating chocolate all night and watching movies with my mom. That’s why I officially moved out of the house. We must go alone. “
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He added: “My mother is very much like this show-no matter what I do, I will never be asked to leave. Moreover, they are very old and very tired.”
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Davidson said he plans to stay in Staten Island and joked that he will have to find a luxurious way to raise funds to buy a new house.
Madeline Farber of Fox News contributed to this report