Pete Davidson Opened Up About His Penis Size, If You're Interested In That Sort Of Thing

The comedian, famous for embodying "big d**k energy," spoke to radio host Charlamagne tha God about what exactly is going on down there.
Pete Davidson
Pete Davidson
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Pete Davidson is finally addressing his rumoured “big d**k energy” and the role it plays in his high-profile dating life.

The former Saturday Night Live cast member and King of Staten Island actor – who has famously gone out with mega-stars like Kim Kardashian, Kate Beckinsale and Emily Ratajkowski – talked about his purportedly large member on The Breakfast Club on Thursday.

“I don’t understand,” Pete told co-host Charlamagne tha God. “It’s really not that special. It’s just [a] very normal-sized penis. It’s like, you know, not too big or too small. It’s just like, you know. Yeah, I don’t understand that.”

“It’s just like, big enough to enjoy and not big enough for it to hurt,” he added. “Is what I was told.”

The Staten Island native was appearing on The Breakfast Club to promote his new Peacock series, Bupkis, which also stars Edie Falco and Joe Pesci.

Pete was formerly engaged to pop star Ariana Grande, who arguably spawned the narrative about him being well-endowed. In 2018, when a fan on Twitter asked “how long is pete” (referring to a track on Grande’s album “Sweetener”), Ariana reportedly replied: “like 10 inches? ….oh fuck….I mean … like a lil over a minute.”

Pete addressed Ariana’s comments in his stand-up comedy in 2019, per Entertainment Tonight.

“You sit back and you’re like, ‘Why?’ Why would [a] girl who knows this information break up with a guy, set him loose, make him kind of famous and then be like, ‘He has a huge dick’?” Pete said at the time. “It’s so that every girl who fucks me for the rest of my life is disappointed.”

“It’s genius!” Pete joked. “Sick! Fucking sick!”

The term “big dick energy” itself was coined by writer Kyrell Grant after the death of Anthony Bourdain in 2018. Kyrell, who originally tweeted that “we’re talking about how Anthony Bourdain had big dick energy which is what he would have wanted,” reflected on the term a few months later.

“It’s a phrase I’d used with friends to refer to guys who aren’t that great but for whatever reason you still find attractive,” he wrote in The Guardian. “The tweet got a normal amount of attention and as it was a phrase I’d used before, I didn’t think about it again.”

Pete might wish he could put it out of his mind too.


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