Tracy Morgan's notoriously unpredictable nature was once again introduced during his latest interview, seeing him address a slew of topics in a rambling-tone, oftentimes without even being prompted for a response.
The comedy legend recently appeared on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club where he touched on a slew of topics, right out of the gate.
From his one-sided "beef" with his The Last O.G. co-star Tiffany Haddish to Robert Stapleton's criticisms of him from a month back, Morgan had something to say about just about everything, but the scattered format in his delivery left several listeners asking, "Huh?"
At the top of the sit-down interview with the radio trio, the former 30 Rock star gave a spirited explanation of "birth" vs death before going into knowing where the underground railroad is and highlighting comedy being "easy like Sunday morning," for him. He randomly then expressed his unapologetically nonchalant approach to those who criticize him.
"At this point, I'm 50," he said. "Do you think I really care what you think about me?"
Before even being asked to explain his reasonings for aggressively sharing his apparent disdain for Haddish's success, he blurted out his thoughts.
"I thought I was just blessing others," he said. "She's fine. She's doing great!... What about the people that's bringing me a sausage sandwich just 'cause I want it? I want to take care of that. The unsung heroes. They never get thanks."
In regards to Stapleton's critique of him, he got a bit irritated before explaining why he chose not to help him.
"Turn that off," he demanded as they played his comments. "I've been in this game 30 years. I told my brother, 'Don't knock on my door, 'cause I don't knock on yours.' If I gave you what was on my plate, then I'm not being fair to my family... Would you have did it for me? I have to stay focused. I'm glad you wrote a script, but there are others you can go to."
He made it a point to then add, "I'm Tracy Morgan! Who's funnier than me?"
Take a look at the lengthy and oftentimes discombobulated interview, below:
Listeners seemed to have an overwhelmingly jaded reaction to the interview, with several taking to Twitter to express how uncomfortable it made them feel. See how they reacted, below:
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