Fans of comedian Pete Davidson enjoy his sarcasm and sense of humor. But he wasn’t joking around when he sent potential audience members an NDA.
His recent show at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco came with some stipulations.
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As per Deadline, “The document stated that attendees ‘shall not give any interviews, offer any opinions or critiques, or otherwise participate in any form whatsoever (including but not limited to blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or any other social networking)…in the disclosure of any confidential information.’”
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They’d have to pay a cool million if they didn’t follow orders, as well as cough up cash for Davidson’s legal fees. Kinda a downer before what’s supposed to be a good time.
The audience also had to plop their smartphones and similar gear into a protective pouch so they would not record any part of the routine.
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In addition, “Ticket holders were required to provide a cell phone number, email address, Twitter and Instagram handles on the NDA,” as reported by Deadline.
Perhaps Davidson isn’t the only act engaging in this pre-show process, but he’s getting heat on social media from fans who felt he went a bit overboard.