Pete Davidson Refers To Kim Kardashian As His 'Girlfriend,' Admits This Is 'The First Year' He's Thinking About Plans For Valentine's Day
After first being linked in October, Pete Davidson finally put a label on his relationship with Kim Kardashian.
The 28-year-old discussed his newfound romance during a conversation with People (The TV Show!) host Kay Adams about his Hellman's Super Bowl ad.
The King Of Staten island star first opened up about life in the public eye. "Well, I don't really have Instagram — I don't have Instagram or Twitter or any of that stuff. So, most of my daily life is getting into cars and showing up to a set," he explained, per Breaking News.
"Or, if I'm off, I just either hang with my friends or chill with my girlfriend inside. So I don't do much," he reportedly added.
He went on to explain that other people's interest in his personal life doesn't impact his day-to-day activities. He said sometimes, "someone will scream something at you, or it might be hard to get Dunkin' Donuts. But other than that, it's pretty fine. It's not awful. It could be way worse," per the publication.
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When he was asked about his Valentine's Day plans, he reportedly admitted he's never marked the occasion in the past. "So this would be the first year that I’m thinking about Valentine’s Day plans," Davidson revealed. "It’s a big day, it’s another Super Bowl. A Super Bowl for the ladies."
As reported by OK!, Davidson seemed to shade Kardashian's estranged husband, Kanye West, in the Super Bowl commercial. His mom and Jerod Mayo also starred in the ad, which saw the pro athlete tackle people in a bid to draw attention to food waste.
At one point, Mayo tried to tackle Davidson's mom. After Davidson intervened, the athlete decided to tackle him instead. "I get it. I'm very hittable," Davidson quipped. The remark seemed to refer to the rapper's threat to beat his "a**" in his song "Eazy."
The unlikely couple was first spotted together holding hands at Knott's Scary Farm days after the reality star hosted Saturday Night Live in October 2021. Although they had been seen getting affectionate with each other several times since then, they had yet to publicly comment on their romance.