Why is Pete Davidson getting his tattoos removed?

PETE Davidson is reportedly in the process of removing all of his tattoos.

The shocking revelation was revealed by film critic Mike McGranaghan who tweeted a screenshot from a Q&A for the film The King of Staten Island.

"Just attended a virtual Q&! with the Judd Apatow and the cast of THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND," he wrote on Twitter.

"And here's a scoop: Pete Davidson is in the process of getting all his tattoos removed!"

Who is Pete Davidson?

Peter Michael Davidson, 27, is a comedian, actor, writer and producer.

The 27-year-old is a cast member on Saturday Night Live and has appeared on multiple MTV shows including, Guy Code, Wild 'n Out and Failosophy.

Davidson has performed stand-up comedy on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Adam DeVine's House Party and has guest-starred in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

His latest comedy film The King of Staten Island released on June 12, 2020.

The film follows a young man who must get his life together after his mother starts dating a new man who, like his deceased father, is a firefighter.

How many tattoos does Pete Davidson have?

Davidson has 104 tattoos throughout his whole body, bodyartguru reports.

In a 2019 interview with Inked magazine, Davidson opened up about his reason for getting tattooed frequently.

"It's just a release… When [I'm] so manic and upset, sometimes that's the only thing that will work for me," he said.

Why is Pete Davidson getting his tattoos removed?

According to McGranaghan, Davidson is getting his ink removed because of the long makeup process to cover them when shooting a film.

"No, it's real. He even showed his hand, which is already done. He said it takes 3-4 hours in the makeup chair to cover them, so he figured 'it would be easier to get them burned off.'," McGranaghan said in a tweet.

Davidson's fans have already took to social media to try and convince the comedian to not go along with the process.

"No. someone stop him," tweeted one fan.

Another fan responded, "I won't stand for this."

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