Kanye West Jokes, Life’s Chaos, Machine Gun Kelly, and What Else Is Coming With ‘Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends’ on Netflix

Kanye West Jokes, Life’s Chaos, Machine Gun Kelly, and What Else Is Coming With ‘Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends’ on Netflix

Netflix Is A Joke came to an end on May 3 after beginning on April 27. The event took place in several venues across Los Angeles. But of course, those who couldn’t attend the live event were left wondering whether they could have in on the fun later on. And after nearly a month, the streamer is bringing the taped recordings of the show to the platform. Among the numerous events that were lined up, unfortunately, not all of them are making it to the platform. However, Pete Davidson’s comedy special, Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends Comedy Special definitely is. The comedian’s standup special in three years didn’t disappoint.

What to expect from the Pete Davidson comedy special? 

Pete Davidson brings his special brand of humor to this standup as well. He makes funny notes on his personal experiences however dark they may be. For instance, he brought up the Kim Kardashian and Kanye West scandal. The comedian-actor has become a permanent feature in the headlines after his relationship with Kim Kardashian was made public. Not only that but Kanye has since then become entirely unhinged. He even created a music video for Eazy that has him killing a Pete Davidson lookalike. But the comedian pokes fun at these events in his life as well. 

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Apart from that Kanye West joke that got the most laughs and cheers, he also brings in other comics to present their sketch. The surprise of the night was definitely Machine Gun Kelly. A long-time friend of the comedian, the rapper performed at the event. The two grew closer during their struggling years when they both roomed together in Pete’s mom’s basement. 

So an event full of laughter and some great music is what you can expect from the recent comedy special from Pete. 

What is in the pipeline for the comedian?

The 28-year-old is on a break from Saturday Night Live. He is taking his acting career seriously. His next projects include The Home, Bodies Bodies Bodies, Good Mourning with a U and Meet Cute

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