Howard Stern says Pete Davidson is “on a terrific roll” with A-list women amid the comedian’s latest rumored romance with Emily Ratajkowski.
“I think it’s f–king great … I called it,” the radio personality, 68, said Tuesday on his SiriusXM show, before offering a warning to Davidson.
“[Emily] is a great beauty, but at some point, if he f–ks so many women, he’s going to start to get the reputation that he’s like a bee — he pollinates and then goes.”
The shock jock continued, “You don’t want to become the guy who just f–ks celebrity girls, so he’s got to be careful.”
Stern actually suggested the “Saturday Night Live” alum – who turned 29 on Wednesday – should romance the newly single supermodel, 31, back in September.
“I was thinking, Pete Davidson could go out with Emily Ratajkowski … That would be a good matchup,” he said at the time, following Davidson’s split from Kim Kardashian and Ratajkowski’s divorce filing from Sebastian Bear-McClard.
“This dude is living the dream and, you know, you can get a little bit jealous … He’s a funny dude, he’s famous, he’s rich, he’s got big d–k energy, everyone knows about his big c–k,” Stern added on his show this week.
Co-host Robin Quivers then chimed in, “I just laugh because Pete, after Kim Kardashian, said he wasn’t going to date any more famous women. Nobody’s asking Pete to stop dating famous women, he keeps volunteering to not do it.”
As previously reported, the “King of Staten Island” star and the “Gone Girl” actress first sparked romance rumors over the weekend.
An insider then claimed that the two were “talking” after being set up by mutual friends.
“Pete and Emily have been talking for a couple months now,” a source told Us Weekly on Monday, adding that they’re “in the very early stages, but both really like each other.”