Morgan has publicly apologised for making a series of homophobic comments during a Nashville gig and has vowed to return to the city to make amends.
He will also meet with LGBT teens in New York City this week to discuss the repercussions of bullying.
Fellow 30 Rock stars Tina Fey and Cheyenne Jackson both condemned Morgan's comments, while actors George Takei and Olivia Munn insisted that the comic must now actively promote tolerance.
Comedian Louis CK has now offered his own feelings on the controversy, insisting that Morgan has the right to make controversial remarks as part of his stand-up act.
He tweeted: "Tracey Morgan said something wrong, evil, cruel, ignorant and hilarious. He was on a comedy stage, not at a pulpit. (sic)"
Louis CK went on to insist that he was "not offended" by Morgan's on-stage rant, adding: "I can have two thoughts simultaneously. 1. Gay people have a right to grow up and live in confidence, happiness, honesty and equality… thought 2. Tracey Morgan is ridiculous and I love watching him just go to wrongful and crazy places in his mind and I can laugh."
After receiving some combative responses from his Twitter followers, the comic claimed that anyone taking Morgan seriously is misguided.
Louis CK added: "It is clear to anyone with an ability to reason and understand people that he didn't mean a word of what he said. he was f**king around."
Morgan was also initially defended by Chris Rock, but Rock later backtracked by admitting that he now understands that the 30 Rock actor's words were insensitive.
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