Pete Davidson Leaves Show After Club Owner Makes Joke About His Exes

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Comedian Pete Davidson left a comedy show before even going on Monday after the club owner made jokes regarding Davidson’s relationships with Kate Beckinsale and Ariana Grande.

The “Saturday Night Live” star was scheduled to perform at the Stress Factory Comedy Club in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The club’s owner Vinnie Brad reportedly went on stage before Davidson was scheduled to perform and made jokes about his two exes, reported Page Six.

Brad sarcastically asked the audience to refrain from asking Davidson any questions about his exes right which prompted Davidson to leave the venue. Davidson apologized to fans on his Instagram stories shortly after.

“I’m sorry that we had to leave the show before I got to go on. The owner, Vinnie Brand, disrespected me, and did something that I told him not to do and I can’t perform under those circumstances,” Davidson said. (RELATED: Report: Kate Beckinsale And Pete Davidson Decide To ‘Slow Things Down’)

“Sorry again. This isn’t your fault,” he added.

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The comedian said he’d be performing a free show for every one who bought tickets to the show he left.

This isn’t the first instance where Davidson has reacted to a comment about one of his exes. As previously reported, he had a heckler thrown out of a show once over a Mac Miller comment.