Pete Davidson is finally addressing his rumored “big d**k energy” and the role it plays in his high-profile dating life.
The former “SNL” cast member and “King of Staten Island” actor, who has famously dated megastars like Kim Kardashian, Kate Beckinsale and Emily Ratajkowski, opened up about his allegedly huge member on “The Breakfast Club” Thursday.
“I don’t understand,” Davidson told co-host Charlamagne tha God. “It’s not really that special. It’s fair [a] very normal sized penis. It’s like, you know, not too big and not too small. It’s like, you know. Yeah, I don’t understand that.”
“It’s like, big enough to enjoy and not big enough to hurt,” he added. “That’s what I was told.”
The Staten Island native appeared on “The Breakfast Club” to promote his new Peacock series, “Bupkis,” which also stars Edie Falco and Joe Pesci.
Davidson was previously engaged to pop star Ariana Grande, which likely spawned the narrative about him being gifted. In 2018, when a fan on Twitter he asked “How long is it Pete” (referring to a song on Grande’s album “Sweetener”), Grande replied, “like 10 inches? …. oh shit … I mean … like a little more than a minute.”
Davidson addressed Grande’s comments in his stand-up comedy in 2019, on “Entertainment Tonight.”
“You sit back and say, ‘Why?’ why would i do that [a] A girl who knows this information breaks up with a guy, lets him go, makes him a little famous, and then tells him, “He has a huge dick”? Davidson said at the time. “It’s because all the girls who screw me for the rest of my life are disappointed.”
“It’s genius!” Davidson joked. “Sick! Sick fuck!”
The term “big dick energy” was coined by writer Kyrell Grant after the death of Anthony Bourdain in 2018. Grant, who originally tweeted that “we’re talking about how Anthony Bourdain had great dick energy which is what he would have wanted.” he reflected on the mandate a few months later.
“It’s a phrase I used to use with friends to refer to guys who aren’t that great, but for whatever reason you find them attractive,” she wrote in The Guardian. “The tweet got normal attention, and since it was a phrase I had used before, I didn’t think anything more about it.”
Davidson might wish he could get it out of his head, too.