His name has been in the headlines for the better part of the year.
And while the spotlight was on Pete Davidson at his self-titled comedy show on Monday night, the Saturday Night Live shared his thoughts about R. Kelly during his routine at The Bell House in Brooklyn.
The 25-year-old funnyman quipped that he had watched the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries and remarked, ‘I thought I was having a bad year.’
Multiple women have accused the R&B crooner of sexual, mental and physical abuse.
‘Man, that guy is evil,’ Davidson said before adding that the Ignition crooner should ‘get shot in the f****ng face.’
Since the allegations became public, celebrities who had previously worked with Kelly have vowed to never work with him again.
Davidson also joked about his ex-fiance Ariana Grande, a topic that regularly saw headlines in 2018.
‘[Ariana is a] tiny lady, so everything to her is huge,’ he said. ‘Every girl for the rest of my life who sees my penis will be disappointed.’
Making jokes about his mental health, he made his first appearance in a SNL sketch since last month’s alarming social media post indicating he was contemplating suicide.
In the Weekend Update segment with special guest star Mulaney, Davidson said: ‘As you know, I had a really crazy month and I want to talk about something that matters a lot.’
His co-anchor Colin Jost asked: ‘Mental health?’ before Davidson replied, ‘The new Clint Eastwood movie, The Mule.’