Pete Davidson Calls Out Disrespectful Comedy Club Owner for Joking About His Dating Life

After the ex-fiance of Ariana Grande explained the reason why he bailed out of his Bridgeport, Connecticut show, club boss Vinnie Brand slammed him for being 'unprofessional.'

AceShowbiz - Pete Davidson stormed out of a show in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on Monday night, April 29 after club boss Vinnie Brand poked fun at his personal life.

The comic had organised a gig at the "Stress Factory Comedy Club" but he wasn't hanging around after Brand told the crowd not to ask questions about his headliner's ex-girlfriends, Ariana Grande and Kate Beckinsale.

A crowd member tells Us Weekly, "Once he made fun of Pete's dating life, Pete left. Pete didn't feel safe in a place owned by someone who would be so disrespectful".

Brand reportedly ran after the comic and begged him to stay, but Davidson refused. He later posted a video making it clear he felt "disrespected" by the owner after the guy "did something I told him not to do".

Davidson also apologised to fans at the gig, promising to schedule a free show for them at another local venue next week, beg May 06.

Pete ended his engagement to Ariana in October (2018) and reports suggest he and British actress Beckinsale have "pumped the brakes on their relationship".

Meanwhile, Brand tells The Blast he's extremely hurt by the situation, raging, "What Pete did is total bulls**t and unprofessional".

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