So, not only is Pete Davidson leaving SNL, he made Time's list of the 100 most influential people of 2022.
Jack Harlow, who's friends with Davidson, gushed about him in a short piece that he wrote for Time, saying he's a long time fan of the comedian.
"My introduction to Pete Davidson was a Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber," Harlow began. "I was a junior in high school at the time, and I had never seen or heard of him. He got to the mic, made a joke about his own dad dying during 9/11, and I immediately knew he was a different breed."
"Pete’s appeal to the world has everything to do with his authenticity," his message continued. "He doesn’t try to hide the person that he is. It’s a classic recipe for success and connection. I would consider myself truthful, but being around Pete makes me want to continue to reach even further for the realest version of myself. We don’t have another one of him. He’s daring, thoughtful, and simply hilarious. And he’s only 28. An icon with so much more left to accomplish."
Is Jack correct? Has Pete reached iconic status?