Pete Davidson on Monday kicked out a rowdy stand-up show after the audience member shouted an inappropriate reference to the late rapper Mac Miller. the Saturday Night Live One of the cast members pitched a joke at the South Orange Performing Arts Center in South Orange, NJ, saying, "My friend died in my apartment." The demon retaliated, "Mac Miller?"
Died of an accidental drug overdose in September 2018 at the age of 26, Miller had met Davidson's former fiancée, Ariana Grande, before the actor's relationship with the singer.
In the audio of the show obtained by TMZ, Davidson pauses the performance so that the security of the venue can identify the member of the audience in question and send it back. "I'll wait," he said to the crowd, calling the rowdy a "fucking face". "I will not go on until this kid is gone … I'll leave, so if you want the show to continue, call the person who did it. that … I will not take care of this shit on my show.
Davidson calmly waits for the public to point the individual and that security escorts him. The actor even insists that the club returns his money. After an awkward stretch, the SNL The star manages to come back in the comedy: "Hey, who's fucking here?" he asks the crowd. "I would have liked to be Dane Cook, he would know how to get out of it."