The 30 Rock star caused controversy last week after unleashing a homophobic rant during a stand-up show in Nashville, during which he claimed that being gay is a choice and claimed that he would "stab" his son if the child was homosexual.
Morgan later apologised for the outburst and has since spoken out in support of LGBT rights in a new interview with Russell Simmons at Global Grind.
"I believe everyone deserves the right to be happy and marry who they want to - gay, white, black, male or female. Let me know where the rally's at Russ. I'm there!" Morgan said.
"Of all the sicknesses, there is probably none more abusive than homophobia. My heart is committed to giving everyone the same rights that I deserve for myself. I don't care if you love the same sex as long as you have the ability to love someone."
Morgan also expressed remorse over his claims that bullied gay kids should fight back and "stop whining", adding: "You should have the right no matter who you are to protect and serve our country. I am deeply sorry for the comments I made.
"What I am most sad about is the comments I made about kids and bullying. I would never want any young person to think that I wasn't on their side."
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