Appearing on the 'Late Show,' actor/comedian Tracy Morgan got a bit defensive when asked about the anti-gay comments that he made during his live stand-up show back in June. Morgan claimed that he could not recall what he said in his act that was offensive.
Morgan did recall this: "I apologized because people came to the show and they paid money and they got upset about it. That wasn't my intention to hurt anybody with my humor."
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He went on to say, "We live in a really sensitive time right now."
On June 3, 2011, Morgan reportedly launched an anti-gay tirade in which he said he'd "pull out a knife and stab" his son if he were gay and that "gay was something kids learn from the media and programming."