Pete Davidson’s first Netflix standup comedy special has been set, with the feature making its debut on the streaming platform on February 25.

The special is titled Pete Davidson: Alive From New York and will be available across the globe on its release date.

The comedian shares opinions such as his view on being friends with gay men, saying that he doesn’t ‘think there’s a more honest relationship between a gay dude and a straight dude because there’s just nothing to gain.’

He expanded on this by saying he suspects some gay friends aren’t actually gay, saying ‘It’s that gay dude that will, like, run up on your girlfriend and squeeze her boobs and slap her ass and be like, ‘Damn girl, you look great!’ I don’t find that f—ing funny — like at all. I’m all for the gayness; it doesn’t mean I’m against gayness. You just get to slap ass on a technicality? That’s not f—ing fair at all. I would never do that just because I could. I would never walk up to his boyfriend, tug his dick and be like, ‘Nice, Gary. Not for me, but cool.’’

The special was filmed in New York at the Gramercy Theatre. Previously, the comedian’s standup specials were aired on Comedy Central.

Meanwhile, Davidson is still a part of Saturday Night Live, currently appearing in the 45th season of the sketch comedy. Most recently, he appeared in a drag queen makeover sketch with RuPaul.