I take care to go to one of the shows offered by Pete Davidson and want to tell something about it later in public because you could face a complaint of, nothing more and nothing less, a million dollars. Yes, as you read it. A measure that has recently been taken by the comedian to avoid filtering the jokes he performs during his shows.
As the newspaper ‘Daily Mail’ has learned, the actor’s legal team obliges all those who buy tickets for Pete’s shows to sign a confidentiality agreement. “In case of making any type of reference in media or in social networks of everything that happens in their shows, the person in question will have to pay a million dollars,” says the document that many of his followers have already had to sign in order to see the comedian live.
Why has Pete taken such a drastic measure? According to a source close to Davidson, the comedian is tired of his jokes leaking into social networks and seems willing to do everything in his power to stop him. So, as soon as you buy tickets online for your shows, the buyer receives a document that you must sign. Moreover, if you do not sign it, surely the entrance to the show will not be allowed.
As you read, dear minion. And the fact that Pete is being the cover of many gossip portals due to his relationship with Kaia Gerber may also have played a fundamental role in this decision . Of course, the one who warns is not a traitor. We have already notified your and Pete’s legal team has taken this new measure very seriously. Take care!