Tracy Morgan Wants the World to Know About His Sex Life

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WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 28: Tracy Morgan attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Netflix's "Dolemite Is My Name" at the Regency Village Theatre on September 28, 2019 in Westwood, California. Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Tracy Morgan hasn't been afraid to give candid insight on his life in quarantine. 😂

Morgan is an entertainer through and through, and his most recent performance art effort happened during a hilarious interview with Today's Hoda Kotb on Tuesday.

When Kotb asked Morgan how he and his family were spending their free time at home, the comedian shared an answer that threw the talk show host for a spin.

"We’re role-playing," Morgan said, referring to himself and his wife. "She’s playing a young maiden whose grandfather was infected with coronavirus, and I’m the scientist who discovered the cure. And she'll do anything to save her grandfather's life – and I mean anything."

Understandably, Kobt wasn't totally sure how to respond as she held back a laugh. She quickly changed the subject to Tracy's epic New Jersey mansion, but Morgan kept the skit going by sharing his extreme plans for taking care of his exotic sea creatures, which is what's really important.

"This tiger in The Bronx Zoo [that tested positive for coronavirus] got me scared," he admitted. "So, I'm going to get all my pets tested. I'm getting my sharks tested. I'm getting my moray eel tested. I just bought a 600-pound silverback gorilla. I'm gonna take him down to New York Presbyterian and get him tested."

Here's a look at the reaction from Tracy's sharks:


In another interview with Late Night with Seth Meyers, Morgan took the conversation in a similarly honest direction. He suggested that his wife gets pregnant once a week, or four times total since the quarantine started.

"I'm old school. I don't pull out," Morgan confessed around the two-minute mark.

When he wasn't talking about sex or his marine life, Morgan expressed his appreciation for the way nurses and medical professionals go about their business, especially in times of crisis.

"They know what they doin'. They fighting the front line," he said. "I love them. I spent a lot of time in the hospital and I know what goes on in there. I know these people work hard to take care of you."

If you want to hear even more about Morgan's shagging as well as his thoughts on the medial community's response to COVID-19, check out the interview he did with Howard Stern.