It’s no secret that the SNL star has had some very public relationships with some of the most beautiful women in the business! That being said, Pete Davidson shared his romantic secrets earlier in the day at The Breakfast Club.
As fans know, Pete was engaged to Ariana Grande and now reportedly sees none other than Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor !
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For many, Pete Davidson is an unexpected heartbreaker, but for the comedian, the secret to his success is simple: honesty!
Pete explained that he always tells women he’s interested in his personal issues so they can make an informed decision about whether or not to date him.
As far as he’s concerned, it’s much better for them to know what they’re getting into, rather than find out later that he’s not who they thought he was.
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During his conversation with Charlamagne Tha God, Davidson shared, “I’m just very, very honest. I think what a lot of people do is they try to attract – not even their best selves – but a version of themselves they would like to be. And eventually that will fall apart, you know? So I’m just off the top, I’m like, ‘Hey, I’m crazy. Here are all my problems. Here’s what I do. Here are the therapists. This is what is happening. ‘ That could be a lot to someone … or they could be ‘Cool, that was really refreshingly honest’. Or sometimes it can be a bit fierce and weird and people just can’t handle that stuff. ‘
Plus, Pete explained that he never plays games and lets the woman know he’s all-in.
This is so that he can avoid any ‘fear’ and ‘stress’ that sometimes comes with new relationships.
‘No, if I like you, I really like you. It just creates this fear and a lot of stress, and plenty of it is going on. So I think that part of the relationship should be easy. It should be like, “Hey, something is wrong today.” “Hey, I’m very happy today.” Communication really is key. ‘