Comic Tracy Morgan made his means again to his dwelling of Brooklyn for Thanksgiving to take part in a particular meals give-away for his neighborhood!
On Saturday morning (Nov. 21), Morgan returned to Brooklyn’s Tompkins Homes, the place he grew up in Bedford-Stuyvesant, to assist distribute greater than 1,000 vacation turkeys to residents, the New York Daily News reports. He acquired an help within the distribution from his son, Tracy Jr., 29, and daughter Maven, 7.
“I’d wish to take a second to want everyone within the Tompkins venture an attractive…vacation season,” Morgan stated, imploring residents to remain protected whereas handing out free Thanksgiving meals and turkeys courtesy of Meals Financial institution, Cease & Store, Wakefern Meals Co-Op, the New York Post writes. “God bless you. I like you.”
Metropolis Council member Robert Cornegy Jr. mirrored on Morgan and his connection to his neighborhood.
“Tracy grew up right here, and that’s an outstanding story,” stated Cornegy Jr. who additionally joined in on the charitable effort. “He can level to the fourth ground right here the place his dad and mom met. That’s inspiring for younger folks, to know that he got here from right here.”
See Tracy Morgan giving again to his Brooklyn neighborhood with the Meals Financial institution For New York Metropolis beneath: