Pete Davidson gets candid about his penis size, says 'everything's big' for 'tiny' Ariana Grande

Pete Davidson opened up about his relationship with Ariana Grande on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show on Monday


                            Pete Davidson gets candid about his penis size, says 'everything's big' for 'tiny' Ariana Grande

Pete Davidson got very candid about his relationship with Ariana Grande in a TMI interview on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show. The comedic actor opened up about his masturbation habits, penis size, and also the death threat that he received for being too "ugly" for his fiance.

Pete appeared on Howard Stern's show and shared, "I get it. I was jerking off to her before I met her! I've been there. I've been in the other shoes. Who knew I was practicing this whole time [for our relationship.]? Any time we're intimate, I'm always apologizing and saying thank you. 'You're awesome for doing this, thank you so much.' I'm so grateful that she touches me," he shared about their private moments. 

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande (Source: Getty Images)
Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande (Source: Getty Images)

Stern then asked Davidson about the rumors regarding his penis and Ariana's overshare that it is "10 inches". Davidson explained, "I think she's just tiny. I think I have an average sized penis and she's tiny. Everything's big to her". The SNL star spoke about his bae Ariana and shared, "It's like I'm [wearing] VR glasses. It's insane, it's nuts. I'm a lucky mother f--ker". 

Pete also addressed the death threats that he has been receiving as a result of dating Ariana and said, "I got a death threat. Someone wanted to shoot me in the face because she's so hot. You know how insane that is? It's like, 'Am I that ugly that people wanna shoot me in the face?' They're like, 'F--k that guy.' Like, 'what did I do?' I don't f--king care, it makes me feel weird about myself". 

"It's just like, well, what did you expect? Whenever I think of something, or whenever I post something I like and then people just shit all over it, you're asking for it... If you want to find bad stuff about yourself, you can very easily [online.] I want to beat everybody up, but I can't," he continued. Davidson also opened up about the first time that he met his now fiance Ariana Grande when Grande guest-hosted SNL in the year 2016. 



 

"When she left [the meeting] I was like, what a f--king idiot I am. I was just staring at her and my boy Dave who worked there at the time was just looking at me like, 'What the f--k is this thing?' Like a robot," Pete shared. In Grande's version of their first meeting, she shares that she knew that she was definitely going to marry Davidson someday. When it comes to the pair actually getting together, Davidson gives all credit to Ariana's manager Scooter Braun.

At the time, both Grande and Davidson were dealing with their breakups with Mac Miller and Cazzie David. "I was down in the dumps and [Braun] came to visit me at 'SNL," Davidson recalled. "It was a rough time. It was an assortment of things, an assortment of shit. It was a shitty pie I was eating," to which Stern replied referring to Pete's public diagnosis with a Borderline Personality Disorder, "With you, the shit can come on fierce. You think that's part of your disorder? That everything just feels like the world is spinning?"

Davidson responded by saying, "Everything feels so extreme, dude. Like it's the most extreme or the least extreme". Stern also questioned Davidson on whether he was "worried" about his mood swings as this disorder can potentially destroy relationships. "I was until [Ariana]. I just think some people are meant to be together and some people aren't, even if they're good people, some people are not good in relationships together. And I just think we're supposed to be together". 

Davidson ended the interview with a dark and rather twisted joke about his father who passed away on 9/11 sharing that thinking about his father was a technique he used for trying not to get too excited about sex with Ariana. "I just think of my dad seeing that fire coming towards him," Pete said in an attempt to make a joke.