The four-minute clip features Davidson, who is currently dating Kanye’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian, joke about Ye’s online harassment of the Saturday Night Live star.
“I had an AIDS scare this year,” Pete quipped, before admitting that he went through the process of actually getting tested because Kanye. Rumors of Kanye telling people that Davidson had AIDS was later refuted by a source who spoke to TMZ, calling it all “nonsense.”
Elsewhere in the Netflix clip, Davidson compares Kanye’s actions to those of Robin Williams in the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire, which stars the actor as a recent divorcee who dresses up as a female housekeeper to spend more time with his children.
“Am I the only one who secretly hopes Kanye will go full Mrs. Doubtfire?”
Also in the set, Pete revealed that people have asked if he’s offended that his friend Jack Harlow was featured on the Donda 2 track “Louis Bags.”
Davidson maintained that Harlow’s collaboration with Kanye “didn’t hurt his feelings,” before providing an example of something that would in fact bother him.
“It would hurt if I saw like, Bill Burr at Sunday Service,” Davidson joked.
Watch the full preview of Pete Davidson’s Netflix Is A Joke set up top.