"Saturday Night Live" comedian Pete Davidson boasted of his worrying Instagram post that led to a police wellness check as part of a "Weekend Update" segment late Saturday evening.
The segment focused on Davidson and comedian John Mulaney, who spotted the absurdity of the Clint Eastwood movie "The Mule."
"I spent time with Pete trying to show him that you can have a life in comedy that is not crazy A sober house life, Mulaney said.
" Yes and after observing John's life , I threatened public suicide, "said Davidson." I'm sorry I know, I shouldn't do the joke, but it's funny. "
" Pete, look at me, look me in the eye: You are loved by many, and we are happy that you are well, "said mulaney." Now back to "The Mule." "
The sketch comes weeks after Davidson has written an alarming note on Instagram that says" I really don't want to be on this earth anymore and then deleted his account. NYPD officers carried out a wellness check on Davidson personally on December 1
That night, he appeared on the show to introduce a live musical performance. was the first time he addressed the episode on "SNL."
His segment worked almost like a f forgery to discuss the new movie "The Mule". It started out as host Colin Jost introduced Davidson to "talk about a very important experience he had during the holidays."
"How are you Pete?" Jost said.
"I'm fantastic. As you know, I've had a really crazy month and I'd like to talk about something that matters a lot to me," Davidson said. "19659003" "
" No, the new Clint Eastwood movie, The Mule, "replied Davidson.
Davidson, who has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, has been vocal about his mental health struggles and whether the harassment is facing Breaking an engagement with the pop star Ariana Grande in October
He was also criticized on November 3 to mock the appearance of Dan Crenshaw, a congressional candidate from Texas, who lost his eye while serving in Afghanistan. Crenshaw on the show and received an excuse from Davidson.
On this Saturday's episode, Davidson also appeared in several other segments, including the "Millennial Millions" and "Earthquake News Report."
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