Pete Davidson walks out of Bridgeport comedy show after club owner jokes about love life

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SNL star Pete Davidson walked out of a scheduled comedy show in Bridgeport on Monday night after he said that the club owner disrespected him.

Davidson was scheduled to perform a show at the Stress Factory Comedy Club at 167 State Street, but left before his set after the club’s owner, Vinnie Brand, allegedly joked about his love life. 

Davidson took to his Instagram story to apologize to Connecticut fans who had purchased tickets to the show. 

“Hey guys in Connecticut. I’m sorry that we had to leave the show before I got to go on. The owner, Vinnie Brand, disrespected me, and did something that I told him not to do and I can’t perform under those circumstances,” Davidson says in the video. 

He also promised a free show for anyone who purchased tickets sometime in the next week at a different location, but further details on that have not yet been released. 

Davidson recently called it quits with actress Kate Beckinsale earlier this month. He was also engaged to pop star Ariana Grande last year.

The club owner Brand told Page Six that he loves and respects Pete and that he’s “heartbroken over what he did last night.”

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