Tracy Morgan has just published an apology for the homophobia “jokes” he said during a performance in Nashville last Friday – said it was “too far” and act “is not funny in any context.”
In the statement, Morgan sent several gay rights groups, the comic says, “I apologize to my fans and the gay and lesbian community of my choice of words on my recent act of standing in Nashville.”
He added: “I’m not a hateful person and do not tolerate any violence against others.”
“Although I am an equal opportunity jokester, and my friends know what is in my heart, even in a comedy club that clearly went too far and was not funny in any context.”
As TMZ reported earlier, Morgan created a storm by the homophobic content in his act – in which he said he would stab his son if he acted gay.