Is Pete Davidson No longer a fan of his own tattoos? As it turns out, the Saturday Night Live comedian isn’t just done getting new ink, he’s planning to burn off any inks he already has!
Pete shared this during a virtual question-and-answer session with film critic Mike McGranaghan and the cast and crew of King of Staten Island.
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McGranaghan gained weight Twitter at the time to announce, ‘I just did a virtual QnA with the Judd Apatow and the cast of THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND. And here’s a bullet: Pete Davidson is about to remove all of his tattoos! ‘
But that also sounds like it might be a joke. When asked later if Pete was serious, McGranaghan replied that “it’s real” and revealed that the SNL star has already started the whole process!
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‘He even showed his hand, which is already done. He said it takes 3 to 4 hours in the makeup chair to cover them, and he thought it would be easier to burn them off, he confirmed.
I just participated in a virtual Q&A with Judd Apatow and the cast of THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND. And here’s a bullet: Pete Davidson is about to remove all of his tattoos! pic.twitter.com/LMejpRdn6x
– Mike McGranaghan (@AisleSeat) December 7, 2020
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This is quite unexpected as the comedian has such a large collection of tattoos!
It’s safe to say that the removal process would be very costly and painful, and a shame too, as they must have meant something special to him – at least when he got them!
After all, the ink covers most of his body, including his neck, arms, and chest – which are also the parts of his body that are most visible when they appear in SNL sketches.
But while he’s been covering them up with no hassle for years, it makes sense that he’d want to spend a lot less time in the makeup chair now as he’s getting more and more large-screen projects!