The breakup of Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian was the talk of the world on Friday night. However, Pete is trying to keep his mind off the breakup and the media circus that comes with being involved with a Kardashian.

In the first photos of the Saturday Night Live comedian alumni since the breakup, Pete was spotted playing basketball on the set of his new film ‘Wizards’ in Australia on Friday, August 5th, as seen here. Pete rocked a pair of shorts and shirtless for some ob-ball.

A video of Pete obtained by Daily Mail also shows him horsing around with the movie’s production crew on the makeshift basketball court. His numerous tattoos were on display, including the initials of Kim and her kids he got during their 9-month romance.

Despite the end of his relationship with Kim, an insider to the outlet said Pete “looked relaxed, like he didn’t have a care in the world.” The source added, “He was just chilling and shooting hoops.”

Pete has been in Australia for the past few weeks shooting the Orlando Bloom film and quite the impression on the crew, as the source said Pete is “so laid back and cool, everyone likes working with him.” He also scored points with production when he came up with the idea for the basketball break.

“He wanted to have fun with the crew in the studio so he bought a basketball hoop and stereo and we all hung out shooting hoops and listening to music,” the insider explained.

The sighting came hours after Pete and Kim broke up, which a source close to Kim confirmed. The couple were first linked in October 2021 after the makeup mogul made her debut on SNL, where she and Pete shared a kiss during an Aladdin-themed sketch. It’s good to see what Pete isn’t keeping himself locked away after the split.

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Andre Porter

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