On Thursday, the 25-year-old Saturday Night Livestar stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and revealed that he and his mom bought a house together.
"So I live with my mom… well we bought a house together, but nobody believes that. So I live with my mom, kinda," he shared. "So I have, like, a basement that’s mine, but that’s, like, an apartment, so I live underneath her."
In order to make the space "a little mine," Davidson has decided to install an arcade in his basement apartment, but he hasn't quite landed what he plans to call it.
"I was calling it The Man Cave, but the Mulaneys told me that if I call it that they will no longer be my friend," he quipped of comedian John Mulaney and his wife, Anna. "So, now I call it The Basement like The Ohio State University. I don't like that college. It's the 'the' that's the important part."
No matter what it's called, Davidson is going to make sure there's space to play Mortal Kombat 11, the video game he was on the show to promote. While explaining his favorite parts of the game, Davidson may have inadvertently signaled trouble in paradise with Kate Beckinsale, whom he's been romantically linked to since the 2019 Golden Globes in January.
"There's this guy that I'd really like to kill in it 'cause he looks like a real douchebag. So there's this guy, Johnny Cage, so he does splits and punches you in the d**k. It's his special move. He just looks like everybody I grew up with in Staten Island, so I just kill that dude. I enjoy killing him," Davidson explained, before sharing that he's "lonely."
"Also he has, like, a hot daughter, which is weird because I'm, like, lonely and she's, like, not real," he said with a laugh. "So there's that in the video game as well -- sexual confusion. The effects are, like, really good."
Davidson's "lonely" comment comes less than a month after Beckinsale, 45, said she was "surprised by the interest" in their romance.
"I've never been in this position before -- never dated anybody who comes with their own bag of mischief," she told the Los Angeles Times. "It’s all quite shocking, and something to get used to."
"I think if you liked the person less, you would bow out of it. If that were the main thrust of the relationship, there would be a problem," she continued. "But it’s not."