Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders Have Reportedly Ended Their Relationship


Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders have reportedly split up after less than a year of dating.

People reports that the pair, who met during the filming of the 2022 comedy-horror Bodies Bodies Bodies, are done. “He’s single again,” a source told the magazine. “He’s out and about and doing really well.”

The two confirmed they were dating in December 2022 and later co-starred in an episode of his semi-autobiographical Peacock series Bupkis.

In June, the former Saturday Night Live star checked himself into rehab for mental health treatment. An insider said at the time said that the 29-year-old was “taking a well-deserved break so he can focus on himself and learn to better deal with his PTSD issues.” They added that they expected him to be out of rehab shortly.

The news came not long after he crashed a car into a Beverly Hills home while driving with Wonders. They were both uninjured in the incident. Last month, he was ordered to complete 50 hours of community service, which he can fulfill in New York. In addition to working at the New York City Fire Department, where his father worked and died during the Sept. 11 attacks, he will also commit 12 hours to a traffic school and spend time at a morgue as part of a reckless driving education program.

Davidson’s relationships have been well-documented in the press. He was with Larry David’s daughter Cazzie David from 2016 to 2018, was briefly engaged to Ariana Grande, and dated Kate Beckinsale, who is 20 years his senior. He’s also been connected to actress Margaret Qualley, Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor, and, most notably, Kim Kardashian.

Davidson and Kardashian confirmed they were dating in November 2021, and split after nine months of dating in August of the following year. During their relationship, he was consistently the subject of Kardashian’s ex-husband Kanye West, who called him a “dickhead” among many other unfavorable terms.

On a recent episode of The Kardashians, Kim admitted that she rushed into the relationship following her divorce. “I definitely jumped into another relationship so fast,” Kim explained. “It got my mind away from stuff and that’s not a way to run from things. It’s better to deal, heal … and then feel.”