Kim Kardashian's boyfriend Pete Davidson was 'advised by inner circle' NOT to appear & film relationship on Hulu show

PETE Davidson has reportedly been advised by those close to him not to appear with Kim Kardashian on The Kardashians on Hulu.

The KKW Beauty mogul previously addressed her boyfriend's absence from the show.

On Wednesday, Page Six reported that Pete's inner circle has advised him to avoid appearing on The Kardashians.

According to the outlet, it's not so much about the romance between the duo as it is the Saturday Night Live star's own career.

His friends feel he's at a high point in his career,and he shouldn't jeopardize that.

A source told the outlet: "His career has taken off, what does he need this for?"

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Pete has several projects he's currently working on, including a biopicabout Joey Ramone, a romantic comedy opposite SNL costar Colin Jost, and another film project called American Sole.

While his romance with Kim, 41, isn't his first high-profile relationship, the actor's team reportedly worries that delving into reality TV would change things drastically.

The insider told Page Six: "Before he met Kim, no one knew what Pete was doing [all the time]."

Another fear of his friends and team members is that he may meet the same fate as other noteworthy Kardashian boyfriends including Tristan Thompson, Lamar Odom, Kris Humphries and Scott Disick.

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The source told the outlet: "It's a sure way to kill the relationship.

"Getting involved in the show decimates every man."


Although there's been a lot of chatter about whether Pete will or won't appear on The Kardashians, he's reportedly not feeling pressured to do it.

Page Six's source said: "He feels no pressure to be in the show.

"Neither do the people around him."

The insider went on: "If it happens that he's on the show, it happens."


While Pete won't appear on The Kardashians, he did accompany Kim to the premiere.

The couple made their red carpet debut, holding hands in a low-key way after snapping pics together.

The Kind of Staten Island star was spotted chatting with someone on the red carpet as camera flashes went off.

He stepped out in an all-black ensemble that included a chic pair of shades. 

The New York native talked and smiled at the event.

Kim posed in a high-fashion look that complimented her curves.

The outing marked the first time Kim and Pete have attended a high-profile event together.

After snapping pics by themselves, the couple reunited and held hands.

They walked off into the event where other members of Kim's famous family, their spouses and family awaited.

At one point, Kim stopped for an interview with E! News, gushing about her boyfriend.

She addressed her decision to exclude him from The Kardashians and praised him for supporting her.

Asked if there was "hesitation" in sharing their romance, Kim said: "Absolutely.

"I wanted to make sure that, you know, we were gonna be – I just didn't want to meet someone, go on a date and then talk about it on the show."

Then, the interviewer pointed Pete out on the red carpet as Kim gushed: "He's so supportive."

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She added: "He's here to support me and, like, it's my thing. I don't think it's his thing to be all out here with me. I'm just so happy he's here to support."

Kim and Pete have been dating since October 2021.

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