Pete Davidson got serious during his comedy show in New Jersey. The comedian asked to have a fan removed from the audience after he made an insensitive joke about Mac Miller's death. Keep reading for more details.
During the set Pete, 25, said, "My friend died in my apartment," when the fan reportedly interjected "Mac Miller" from the stands.
The comedian was livid! "Who's that guy? We're getting him out," he responded while asking others in the audience to point out where the remark came from.
"I will not continue until that kid is gone," the Saturday Night Live star yelled in the mic. "I'll leave... give him his money back and get him the f**k out. I don't deal with that s**t at my shows," he said about the joke poking fun at the 26-year-old who died in September 2018.
Eventually, the heckler was caught and removed from the show as fans applauded.
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