Pete Davidson Jokes About Kanye West Pulling A ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ on Kim Kardashian

Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian had officially started dating not long after her divorce from Kanye West in February. Ever si, West hasn’t hesitated to make digs at Davidson in any way he can. For example, the rapper’s recent song “Eazy” has a lyric about his “beat[ing] Pete Davidson’s ass” and the music video shows a claymation version of Davidson getting buried. No subtlties here!

Now? The Saturday Night Live star has just fired back at his stand-up set for Netflix Is a Joke: The Festival. He cracked a joke about West pulling a “Mrs. Doubtfire” on Kim Kardashian.

“Does anyone else secretly hope that Kanye pulls, like, a Mrs. Doubtfire? I come home one day and they’re like, ‘This is the new housekeeper,’ and he’s like, ‘What’s up, fam?!'”

The crowd erupted with laughter. As you probably know, Mrs. Doubtfire was a 1993 hit that starred Robin Williams as the obsessive ex-husband who couldn’t stand to be without his three children. When his wife took custody of them after their divorce, he went to extreme measures to basically become an elderly woman—Mrs. Doubtfire—who was able to watch the kids.

Obviously Davidson was hinting at the fact that West is probably going to somehow force his way back into Kardashian’s life, and their children’s.

Davidson joked about how his fans are very in-between—he’s basically a love/hate person. “I don’t get it. A lot of people are angry at me… it’s always 50/50 when I go outside,” Davidson said in his set. “Either someone’s like, ‘Hey man, you’re really cool, that’s great,’ or someone’s like, ‘You, f— you, f— you!'”

He also took a more serious approach when discussing the backlash he has with West, referring to it as “a really weird thing to go through” because no one has true advice he can use. “No one was like, ‘This is what you do,'” Davidson said. “Everyone’s like, ‘Oh, yeah… you staying with your mom? You in a safe spot?'”

During the set, Davidson explained how West told him that he had AIDS and joked that because West “is a genius,” he really believed him. He also made a crack that while he didn’t care that his friend Jack Harlow was collaborating with West on his new album, if King of Staten Island costar Bill Burr showed up at one of West’s Sunday Service shows, they would certainly no longer be friends.

Check out the Mrs. Doubtfire clip in the video below!

What do you think of how Davidson fired back at West with this joke?