SNL’s Pete Davidson now lives in a $1.3M house with his mom

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is on Staten Island

New York /
Apr.April 27, 2019 10:00 AM

Pete Davidson and Staten Island (Credit: Getty, NYCEDC)

Living with your parents isn’t just for the unemployed anymore.

“Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson recently moved back home with his mom after breaking off his engagement with singer Ariana Grande, according to the New York Post. He and his mom bought the Staten Island home for $1.3 million, and it includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The home also features a custom kitchen and a private master wing.

Davidson lived with Grande prior to their breakup, with the two sharing her $16 million apartment. He talked about moving back in with his mom during an appearance on “The Tonight Show” earlier in April.

“We bought a house together, but nobody believes that,” he said. “I live with my mom, kinda, so I have like a basement that’s like mine that’s like an apartment, so I live underneath her.” [NYP] – Eddie Small


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