Reported by MTV News
Earlier this month, comedian Tracy Morgan shocked many (including his "30 Rock" costar Tina Fey) with sexist and anti-gay remarks he made during a stand-up show in Nashville. And though he's subsequently made several public apologies, admitting his comments "went too far and [were] not funny in any context," he's not finished atoning.
On Monday (June 13), Morgan spoke with representatives for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation--which had previously called on him to remove "these violently anti-gay remarks" from his show--and committed to meet with residents of New York's Ali Forney Center, which provides housing and support to homeless LGBT youth and families who have lost children to anti-gay violence.
Morgan also committed to participate in GLAAD's upcoming "Amplify Your Voice" public service campaign, which aims to combat anti-LGBT bullying, and, working with the Tennessee Equality Project, he will return to Nashville next week to apologize to audience members who were offended by his remarks.
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