“It was great”: Pete Davidson admits that he enjoyed Louis C.K’s comedy career. to be seen after his years of sexual misconduct were exposed
Pete Davidson enjoys the demise of Louis C.K.
The Saturday Night Live star, 26, said he was happy to see the career of the once powerful comedian drop after he admitted repeatedly asking women to see him masturbate, after five women accused him of sexual misconduct in one piece in The New York Times in the fall of 2017.
Professional consequences for Louis C.K. shortly thereafter, when he was dumped from an FX Networks deal and a Netflix special, while his I Love You film was suspended – music in Davidson’s ears.
Schadenfreude: Pete Davidson, 26, in a newly released interview Monday with Charlamagne tha God, said he is happy to see the career of the once comic Louis CK decline after he revealed himself as two faces and “no nice man”
“Oh my god, it was great, it was great,” said the native Staten Island, New York spoken in a new interview with Charlamagne tha God Monday.
“It felt great. I thought it was great, that guy wasn’t nice to many people, he’s not a nice guy. “
In addition to his admitted misconduct, Davidson said Louis C.K. could not be trusted, acted kindly to his face and tried to sabotage his career behind his back.
Davidson remembered how Louis C.K. at one point went to SNL boss Lorne Michaels and urged the NBC exec to fire him because of his permitted use of marijuana.
“He just referred me to my boss – it was so weird – I never really got over it,” Davidson said. “That guy is just a piece of ***. He is not nice to young comics. “
Candid: The SNL star chat with Charlamagne tha God in a recently released interview Monday
Saboteur: Davidson remembered how Louis C.K. at one point went to SNL boss Lorne Michaels and urged the NBC exec to dismiss Davidson because of his permitted use of marijuana
For the fall: Louis C.K. celebrated winning a Peabody Award in May 2017, six months before the news was revealed about its previous promotions
Davidson pointed to the lack of support from Louis C.K. has received from fellow comics, amid his efforts to restart his career abroad after the scandal, as evidence of a poor reputation among his colleagues.
“Well, if something happens to someone and they’re a nice guy, people don’t stop with you and your friends – he does shows in f *** in” Israel! He had to leave the country, “he said.
Davidson has credited veteran comics such as Adam Sandler and Bill Burr for having a positive and supportive presence from their positions of power.
“Sandman is the best … he is very, very helpful and sweet and he checks in,” he said.
On an island: Davidson said about Louis C.K., “That guy is just a piece of *** … he’s not nice to young comics”
Real gems: Davidson has credited veteran strips such as Adam Sandler and Bill Burr for his support