Pete Davidson Wants Everyone to Follow Rules in a Weird Reaction to Being Recorded During His Show

Shits getting weird out there.

Pete Davidson was not happy when he discovered attendees recording his set during a University of Central Florida performance on Monday. The recording ran afoul of Davidson’s strict no-cellphone rule and resulted in a response from Davidson that was part rant, part lecture, all weird.

It got pretty confusing with Davidson at one moment calling people morons, idiots and retarded, and at other moments complaining that they should follow rules and be people their parents can be proud of.

“You were the one filming, moron,” he said to one of the rule breakers.  “That’s why the world is going to end in 25 years because you’re all fucking retarded. Yeah, I meant it that way, idiots. You should fucking grow up.”  At this point, he changes tone, appealing to law and order. “It says no phones. You’re just supposed to just like, behave,” Davidson adds, his tone now slightly softer. “I have to have my boy patrol you guys like you’re 5 years old? That’s fucking embarrassing.”  He went on, complaining about the younger generation and telling them to grow the fuck up.  “Don’t you want your parents to be proud of you?” he said before getting back to his set.

You can hear the audio below because, of course, people were recording.

And while we loathe publishing recordings of any comedian’s material, meltdowns rants and weird lectures seem like fair game.

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