Pete Davidson said his “personal life” was “more frightening” than going into space earlier this year.
Davidson was scheduled to go to space on one of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origins in March.
However, he ultimately did not travel into space upon launch.
Earlier this year, just before attending the launch of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin in March, Pete Davidson said his life was more fear-inducing than the prospect of going into space.
During a phone call with then-girlfriend Kim Kardashian on Season 2, Episode 4 of Hulu’s “The Kardashians,” which aired Thursday, Davidson joked about his upcoming space trip, but eventually When Kris Jenner asked him if he had a will ready in case things went wrong, he said he was “making it.”
Still, the outlook didn’t seem too daunting for the former “Saturday Night Live” star.
“My personal life scares me more,” Davidson said over the phone.
“Are you coming back?” Jenner asked, and Kardashian repeated her question.
“I think I’m going to stay there, baby,” Davidson replied.
In March, Bezos’ rocket company, Blue Origin, Davidson announces plans to participate in space flight along with 5 other passengers.However, the company Announced at the end of the month Davidson is no longer a launch passenger. During the episode, Kardashian said there was a “scheduling conflict” with one of Davidson’s projects after the release date was changed.
“I’m sure Pete would love nothing more than getting off this planet right now, and he wants to go into space and escape everyone.
As an insider confirmed in August, Kardashian and Davidson have since split up, but were together at the time Thursday’s episode was filmed. , offers some insight. how they came together To “Thoughtful” Gesture he will make
Jenner said during the episode that she thought Davidson was “amazing.”
“No drama, no stress. He’s just Pete and integrated into his family,” she said. “I think Kim is happier. She’s laughing and feeling more confident. Pete brings out the best in her.”
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