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30 Rock star Tracy Morgan apologises to Nashville for anti-gay gig

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  1. Wish this guy would go away.

    He is homophobic, you don’t say hat he said without there being something.

    This is just his pr and agent saying do this or your career will go the way of Mel Gibson after the passion lot.

    1. Totally, please won’t he go back to the obscurity from whence he came…as far as I am concerned anyway, I know nothing about 30 Rock and don’t want to know anything about it.

      1. If you don’t know anything about 30 Rock (and, in fairness, nor do I aside from what I’ve learnt over the past few days) then how can you say that he was in obscurity before this incident?
        (He wasnt – he is famous in the US – very famous)

        1. Yeah, he is well known. 30 Rock is an award winning television show here in the USA. As a matter of fact it is the only 30 minute sitcom comedy I will watch – most television here is lame. The show and the producer of the show is very gay friendly. I believed he was also on the television show Saturday Night Live. (That used to be a good comedy show 30 years ago but its gone downhill for years.) I don’t believe his apology either as he has a history of making homophobic and misogynist ‘jokes’ comments. He simply got busted – he isn’t sorry.

  2. He didn’t mean saying he’d kill his own son if he found out he was gay? Really? What was it that he said again, ‘he would pull out a knife and stab the little nlgger to death.’ I love the bullshlt he’s using to try and get people to forget, ‘to errr is human, to forgive is divine’, must be part of the ‘god don’t make mistakes’ bullshlt he also thinks. Stupid homophobe, I hope he never works again.

  3. I’m sick of looking at this ugly, grotesque homophobe, can pn stop showing his pic, everytime he has a phoney apology to what he perceives as the gullible lgbt community, to save his career.

  4. Time will tell just how sincere he is. He will be watched, very closely from now on.

    1. Indeed, “forgiveness is divine”, so let us forgive him for now. But should he ever pull a stunt like this again… well then he will know the fury of a queen scorned

  5. Jock S. Trap 22 Jun 2011, 3:27pm

    mmmm for what though?
    -
    For actually saying those horrific things or for being caught out after it with the, I’d imagine, large possiblity of this damaging an already flagging career?

    1. I think he’s realised the value of the pink pound (or dollar)

      1. I doubt it – he’s hardly a holiday on a Caribbean cruise is he….lol

    2. Is his career flagging?

      1. Jock S. Trap 23 Jun 2011, 8:39am

        I guess in order to have a flagging career you need to have a successful one in the first place.
        -
        So maybe a more appropiate comment would be :- What career!

  6. How about an apology from the double digit IQ homophobes in the audience who laughed like drains during his vile bigoted rant? Or, how about him showing how sincere he is by condemning them for applauding his inappropriate behaviour? I won’t hold my breath.

    1. …..I wouldn’t….lol
      (‘vile’ ….there’s that word again
      why does that always pop its head up in gay company?
      I don’t know any str8 people that use the word ‘vile’ – how odd…lol)

  7. Tour of UK any time soon maybe?
    Wouldn’t be to surprised.

  8. Rich (original) 22 Jun 2011, 8:57pm

    Appology to gay-dogs?… Wow, that’s something!… hoohohoh!

  9. Bigot. Liar. Cry Baby.

    Well, there’s still Jamaica …

    1. Interesting is, that in the US, studies of acceptance of gays which compare different ethnic groups show similar results when comparing the latino and white population but the black population is consistently half again more bigoted against gays. My guess is that they got Massa’s religion rammed down their throat so hard that they’re choking on it.

  10. another example of someone making a fake apology when caught doing something they shouldn’t be

    1. Jock S. Trap 24 Jun 2011, 4:03pm

      Here! Here! Chester.

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