Tracy Morgan: Alec Baldwin should apologize for remarks if he said them
Tracy Morgan said Alec Baldwin should apologize for his alleged spat with a photographer - if he actually made racist remarks, that is.
Morgan, who co-starred on NBC's "30 Rock" with Baldwin for seven seasons, told a radio station in Charlotte that Baldwin "should apologize if he did it."
"There's no excuse for that, you're in your 50s," Morgan said, adding that he never heard Baldwin say anything racist on the "30 Rock" set and the two were "totally friendly."
Baldwin, 54, allegedly used a racial slur against a New York Post photographer in a scuffle on Sunday, during which the actor called the shutterbug a "crackhead" and a "drug dealer" and told a reporter he hopes she "chokes to death," the Post reported.
Both sides filed harrassment claims.
Baldwin's rep told amNewYork that the actor did not hurl the racial slur, but confirmed everything else he said during the altercation.