Pete Davidson continues to write about the future of the decommissioned Staten Island ferry that he bought online with Colin Jost.
at the premiere Transformers: Rise of the Monsters On Monday night in Brooklyn, New York, 29-year-old Davidson talked about himself and his ex’s boat. Saturday night live my colleague bought it in January 2022.
“I have no idea what happened to that thing,” said Davidson, 29. fun tonight while shaking his head. “Me and Colin got really high a year ago and bought a ferry. And we’re trying to figure it out.”
When asked if there was an after-party about his Staten Island investment, Davidson replied, “Yeah, if it didn’t go bust!”
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“Hopefully it turns into a Transformer and out of there— so I can stop paying for it!” Davidson said MEAT At the event held at the Kings Theatre.
He later called it the “windowless water van,” a term he had previously used when referring to it. SNLWeekend Update with Jost. “Yeah, it’s very exciting,” Jost mocked at the time. “We’ve thought through everything.”
The duo bought the boat for $280,000 after joining a group of investors who submitted the winning bid at an auction. Paul Italia, owner of The Stand comedy club, is also an investor.
“It’s going to be a bar, it’s going to be a nice restaurant, and… the downstairs, big space is going to be an entertainment area, and we’re going to place it in the city,” Davidson said. PEOPLE (TV Show!) will host Kay Adams in February of that year.
He jokingly added, “Or everything can go s— and I’ll be doing a lot of gigs next year.”
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During PEOPLE’s interview, Davidson slid the camera out of his apartment window to show it alongside several other boats he had bought.
“It’s literally in my garden,” Davidson explained.
“I took a picture as a joke and said, ‘Lol. It wouldn’t be funny if one of these was ours,’ and then they texted me and they circled it and said, ‘This is actually it’.”