Comedian Pete Davidson cracked a few jokes at Kanye West’s expense during a stand-up routine last week, including hoping the rapper would show up as ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ to see his four kids with Kim Kardashian.
“Does anyone else secretly hope that, say, Kanye shoots like a ‘Ms. Doubtfire?'” the ‘Saturday Night Live’ star asked with a laugh as he headlined two stand-up shows in Los Angeles at Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival.
“I come home one day and they tell me, it’s the new governess. And, he’s like, ‘What’s going on fam?’ “
The character in the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire was created by the late comedian Robin Williams, who plays a father who dresses up as a kind nanny so he can see his children while he’s separated from his wife.
Davidson would presumably watch all the action in West’s case from the home of his current partner Kim Kardashian.
Davidson began by saying he’s had a “really weird year” so far, with an “AIDS scare”, referring to reports that West was spreading rumors that he had AIDS.
“Kanye told me I had AIDS, and he’s a genius, so I was like, ‘Oh fuck,'” Davidson said. “I was like, I better call my doctor. The guy who did [the album] ‘College Dropout’ thinks I have AIDS.
Davidson joked he even went to see a doctor, only to confirm that he doesn’t have AIDS, but only “looks like I have it. So it’s a completely different thing.
The routine was payback for some of West’s many attacks on Davidson since moving in with Kardashian, who split from the rapper last year.
The conflict with West is a “really weird thing to go through,” Davidson told the audience. “Even friends who are like older, they’re like, ‘I don’t know. He looks pretty crazy, Bro. Good luck, sorry, here if you need,′ but like no advice… ‘Are you in a safe place?’”