comedy

Funny Guy Pete Davidson Hits Fast Track With Nick

Still not old enough to buy beer, Pete Davidson delivered his first routine at age 16 after hours of watching other comics on stage.

“I only had like one friend in high school, so I wasn’t invited to the parties on the weekends. So instead of going to parties, I just went to comedy clubs,” says the Staten Island native, who found himself experimenting with his own material at open mic nights, learning as he went.

Davidson’s big break came after landing appearances on MTV’s “Guy Code” and Nick Cannon-fronted “Wild ’N Out,” which gave him a chance to try sketch work as well.

Nick Cannon Goes for Chelsea Handler in Freestyle Rap

Nick stopped by the studio’s of Power 98.3 in Scottsdale, AZ to chat with MC Magic and Dee Power to talk about his new single “Dance Floor”. He also addressed Chelsea Handler’s consistent hating, challenging the comedian to come on Wild N Out and talk her same mess. Nick ended his interview with a freestyle rap aiming his verbal arrows for Chelsea.

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