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Pete Davidson Responded To Rumors About His Penis After Ariana Grande Spoke Out About It

Contrary to popular belief, Pete Davidson is not particularly "grande".

Despite being known for having "big d*ck energy," or an air of confident self-assurance, Davidson's genitalia has been the subject of much discussion.

He has a reputation for being comfortable with himself and the world around him, without feeling the need to constantly flaunt his body or sexual prowess.

In 2018, Ariana Grande, who was then engaged to Pete Davidson, appeared to answer a question that many people had been asking about Davidson's genitalia.

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On June 22, 2018, a fan tweeted at Grande asking, "How long is Pete ???" This question seemed to imply that Davidson was well-endowed, and this reputation has followed him since.

"OH AS IN THE INTERLUDE NOT AS INā€¦ ANYWAY," a fan clarified.

However, Grande missed the explanation and did not seem to understand the intended meaning of the question. She replied: "Like 10 inches?...oh f**k...I mean a little over a minute."

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Despite Grande later deleting the tweet, the incident led to Davidson's penis becoming a subject of widespread attention and many memes.

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During a performance at the Tarrytown Music Hall in New York, comedian Pete Davidson reportedly addressed his ex-partner's tendency to share personal information publicly.

It appears that Davidson was not pleased with the attention that his genitalia received, joking: "I don't like that she talked all that s**t for my penis. Everything is huge to her," referring to the fact that Ariana has small hands.

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"Why would she tell everyone that I have a huge penis? So that every girl who sees my d**k for the rest of my life is disappointed."

Davidson has also reportedly commented on his appearance in the music video for Ariana Grande's hit song "Thank U, Next," in which his genitalia is mentioned.

In the video, Grande, known for her tendency to share personal information, is dressed as the character Regina George from the movie Mean Girls.

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In the video, Grande's "burn book" features pages dedicated to her ex-partners. One page for Davidson included the word "HUUUUUGE," further solidifying his reputation for being well-endowed.

According to Elle Magazine, during a New Year's Eve comedy performance in Boston, Davidson stated: "Here's the thing about the breakup song. Usually breakup songs you know who it's about but you don't really know."

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"That G named all of us. Bam. She named all of us. And then, tells us, yeah, he has a big d**k."