Pete Davidson Plans to Remove All of His Tattoos

Pete Davidson, has recently discussed removing every single one of his tattoos, while appearing in an advertisement.

Stay Hydrated

In a promotional video for Glaceau Smartwater, the SNL star joked about the ‘questionable choices’ he has made during his life.

“I’ve made a lot of questionable choices, and a couple of them need removing. Were all my bad decisions because I was dehydrated? I mean, maybe? Definitely not,” he said.

The comedian said he was “thrilled” to partner with smartwater but admitted he was in disbelief that such a “prestigious” company that’s teamed up with celebs like Jennifer Aniston and Gal Gadot in the past wanted to work with him.

“After they called…I fell on the floor and started laughing for about three hours,” he joked. “Honestly, as soon as I heard ‘smartwater brand deal’, I went deaf.”

Davidson helped them launch the first-ever Rehydration Day – an entire day dedicated to getting Americans rehydrated and replenished after the July 4th weekend.

Long Way to Go

The 27 year old actor has also opened up about the painful and “embarrassing” tattoo removal process and can’t believe some of the inks he’s done over the years.

He’s revealed it’s actually been “about four or five months” since his last session.

“We’re shooting some stuff and it takes like a month for it to heal. But like it’s pretty much off this hand,” Davidson said, holding both hands up to the camera to show the faded ink. “I get my next treatment [in] like a month or so. They said by the time I’m 30, they should all be gone. So they got like two more years left of this.”

He reportedly has more than 100 tattoos of various political icons, personal tributes and pop culture references including Willy Wonka and his late father Scott Davidson, a firefighter who died on 9/11.

In a 2019 interview with Inked magazine, Davidson said he got tattooed so frequently because, “It’s just a release … When [I’m] so manic and upset, sometimes that’s the only thing that will work for me.”


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