Pete Davidson‘s has been making headline after headline for all the good reasons. Pete has been casually dating Kim Kardashian amid divorce from Kanye West. Recently, Miley Cyrus was seen pulling her SUV into Pete’s Staten Island Condo.

Pete made even more noise by joining Miley Cyrus as a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s show on Friday night and they allegedly went to spend more time together after the show. Pete and Miley are set to host a New Year Show show together.

Pete and Miley seemed to get a long really well. Which has inspired fans to think they are now potentially an item, and that Pete has neglected his current standing with Kim K.

During the Fallon show, Pete spoke about how he and Miley got matching tattoos in reference to their SNL skit back in 2017. Pete subsequently got the tattoo burned off but Miley kept hers.

This coincides with what Pete has said recently about wanting to get all of his tattoos removed. Pete Davidson has 104 tattoos on his body. The comedian explained to Life & Style magazine in November that he wants to get them burned off because he sometimes spends hours covering them off for acting roles: “It would be easier to get them burned off”.

The reason he has so many is because while struggling with mental health issues, Pete substituted self-harm with getting tattoos. However, they have seemed to become a nuisance for him, prompting his desire to get them removed. 

Pete expects all of his tattoos to be completely gone by age 30, as he is 28 currently: “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” Pete added.

Do you think it is worth the trouble to have all those tattoos removed? Let us know in the comments below!

Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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