30 Rock star and comedian Tracy Morgan apologized Friday for crossing the line with a string of homophobic jokes in a June 3 stand-up show in Nashville that incensed more than a few people in the audience. Prompting Morgan's rant to go viral, an attendee of the show wrote on his Facebook page some of the particularly unfunny moments in the show, like when he joked that if his son were gay he would stab him to death. In his public apology, Morgan called himself an "equal opportunity jokester," and admitted that the anti-gay act "clearly went too far and was not funny in any context."
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