PETE DAVIDSON went off on an audience at the University of Central Florida on Monday night, because people were using their phones.
He said, quote, "I don't have to be here. I can just give them their money back because I don't give [an eff]."
Then he said the school was, quote, "in the middle of [effing] nowhere," and called the kids, "privileged little [A-holes]."
He added, quote, "That's why the world is going to end in 25 years, because you're all [effing] [bleeps]. You should [effing] grow up." Except, instead of "bleeps" he used a derogatory word for the mentally challenged.
(WARNING: This video is UNCENSORED and loaded with profanity.)
The reason Pete was so mad was because there was supposedly a no cell phone policy in effect. But witnesses say there were no signs or announcements to that effect.
Pete did go on with the show, and it lasted about an hour. But one person who was there said, quote, "It was obvious that he didn’t really want to be there. He supposedly was trying new stuff out on us for his upcoming special.
"He basically just talked about whatever came into his head and would start stories and then not finish them."
UCF officials aren't happy with Pete's antics. A spokesman issued a statement condemning his "abusive language" . . . especially his use of the "R-word".
He added, quote, "It's disappointing that his rant spoiled an event that was meant to welcome students back for the fall semester."