Pete Davidson has mysteriously pulled the plug on a number of his comedy shows that extend into the new year, leaving some of his fans disappointed.
The actor/funnyman nixed his performances at NYC’s Beacon Theatre Friday and Saturday night. On Friday, mere hours before he was to hit the stage, the theater fired off emails to ticketholders announcing Pete wasn’t going to make it and promising full reimbursement within 30 days for each show.
According to Ticketmaster, Pete also canceled his shows scheduled for December 26 through January 4 in Texas, Tennessee, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Wisconsin. Several of the venues posted messages on their websites explaining that “unforeseen circumstances” led to the cancellations.
A few fans took to social media to express their disappointment after Pete was a no-show Friday at the Beacon.
One person wrote, “Was literally about to walk out the door for the pete davidson show just to see it was canceled 2.5 hours before the show started….. rip this week is not going my way.”
Another complained, “Was excited to see Pete Davidson tonight but his show just got canceled.”
So far, Pete hasn’t said a peep about why he scrapped the shows … but it’s no secret that he has mental health issues and sometimes enters rehab to deal with his struggles.
We’ve reached out to Pete’s rep for answers … no word back yet.