Pete Davidson Responds To Rumours About Manhood After Ariana Grande Speaks Out

Pete Davidson has responded to rumours about his manhood after his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande openly discussed his ‘length’.
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Pete Davidson has responded to rumours about his manhood after his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande spoke out. 

The former Saturday Night Live star – who was recently rumoured to be dating model Emily Ratajkowski – is no stranger to comments about his downstairs region.

One of his most recent exes, Kim Kardashian, even admitted that he caught her interest when she ‘heard about this BDE (big d*** energy)’.

While his ex Grande has also made reference to it when the pair were dating.

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During their romance, a fan reached out to Grande via Twitter and asked ‘How long is Pete?’.

The fan quickly clarified, adding:OH AS IN THE INTERLUDE NOT AS IN… ANYWAY.”

Despite the follow-up, Grande cheekily responded: “Like 10 inches?…. oh f***… I mean a little over a minute.”

Although the ‘7 Rings’ singer quickly deleted the tweet, the rumour mill was already in full swing and ever since then, Davidson’s allegedly impressive manhood has been the subject of debate ever since.

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Davidson reportedly addressed the gossip while performing in New York.

While most would have taken Grande’s comments as a compliment, Davidson was apparently less impressed.

He joked: “I don’t like that she talked all that s*** for my p**is. Everything is huge to her.

“Why would she tell everyone that I have a huge p**is? So that every girl who sees my d*** for the rest of my life is disappointed.”

Davidson went on to discuss Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ video, which featured a dream movie montage in which his manhood was once again given a shoutout.

Pete Davidson
Pete Davidson has responded to rumours about his manhood after his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande openly spoke out. Credit: Alamy

In one scene in the video, Grande dresses up as Regina George from Mean Girls.

However, instead of her ‘burn book’ containing nasty comments about the ‘fugly’ girls in her class, as per the film, Grande’s was all about her exes.

On Davidson’s page, the word ‘HUUUUGE’ only further added to speculation that he’s doing pretty well down in the nether region.

According to Elle Magazine, Davidson made reference to this during a Boston show, saying: “Here’s the thing about the breakup song. 

“Usually breakup songs you know who it’s about but you don’t really know.

“That G named all of us. Bam. She named all of us. And then, tells us, yeah, he has a big d***.”

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Despite appearing to play down his apparently impressive manhood, Davidson’s former SNL co-star Jay Pharoah hasn’t done him any favours in that regard either.

While on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, Pharoah brought up Davidson’s ‘endowment’ and left little to the imagination.

He said: “I praise Pete, I praise Pete.

“There’s something in the sauce. He got something, okay. He got something inside.”

He then added: “So, I talk to him, I said, ‘Pete, man, what is it?’. I said, ‘Could, what is it, what’d you do? What was it? How you do it?’.

“He told me what it was. It, it’s his endowment. He confirmed it. He was like, ‘Yeah bro, it’s like nine inches’. I was like, ‘What? Word. Oh, snap we twins. That’s crazy’.”

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Written by Cal Gaunt

Cal is a former content editor at IGV who specialised in writing trending and entertainment news. He previously worked as a news reporter at the Lancashire Telegraph and earned an NCTJ in Sports Journalism.