Pete Davidson reportedly went on a full-on rant against a crowd of college students while he performed on stage last Monday.
The comic headlined a comedy show held at the University of Central Florida when he went on an expletive tirade after audiences apparently violated his no-phone policy. Davidson was quoted calling audience members “privileged little a—holes,” as reported by PEOPLE.
One attendee posted a video of his tirade on YouTube where the Saturday Night Live star was heard saying:
“Don’t f—ing ruin the show for people who actually want to be there. That’s what f–ed up about our generation. … That’s why we’re embarrassing, that’s why the world is going to end in 25 years because you’re all f—ing r—–ed. Yeah, I meant it that way, idiots.”
“You should f—ing grow up, okay? It says no phones … just behave,” the comedian continued. “I have to have my f—ing boy patrol you guys like you’re 5 years old? That’s f—ing embarrassing.”
One attendee from the show told the celebrity news outlet that there was no signages or announcements made addressing Davidson’s no-cellphone policy.
While Davidson’s remarks seem very harsh when you read it on print, the crowd seemed to take it light-heartedly as they laughed along and even cheered on at one point, as seen in the clip.
However, PEOPLE’s source was one of the audience members that did not take Davidson’s tirades as a joke saying the experience was uncomfortable and that Davidson delivered the rant poorly.