Yesterday, Walmart showed their low-down dirty, evil asses when they partly blamed Tracy Morgan for his injuries, because they’re trying to settle for as little as possible and shareholders will be really sad if the gigantic pool of gold coins they dive into every morning Scrooge McDuck-style doesn’t splash as much due to it being drained of gold coins to pay Tracy’s settlement with. Walmart’s lawyers said that if Tracy was wearing a seatbelt during the crash, he wouldn’t be in a bad way today. New Jersey law states that everyone riding in any kind of passenger vehicle must wear a seatbelt. Tracy immediately responded to Walmart pointing the finger at him. I put Tracy’s response in my post yesterday, but I’ll throw it up again here. I’m kind of disappointed that Tracy didn’t accuse the Walmart executives of being pigeons and shifty-eyed bunny rabbits in their past lives:
“After I heard what Walmart said in court, I felt I had to speak out. I can’t believe Walmart is blaming me for an accident that they caused. My friends and I were doing nothing wrong. I want to thank my fans for sticking with me during this difficult time. I love you all. I’m fighting hard every day to get back.”
Tracy’s lawyer, Benedict Morelli, told Page Six yesterday that his injuries are so bad that he may never perform again. Tracy is undergoing serious rehab including “daily speech, cognitive, vocational and physical therapies.” “The jury is still out” on Tracy performing again says Benedict. He doesn’t know and doctors don’t know. Benedict also went in on Walmart:
“These people are despicable. They knew that they changed these people’s lives forever and killed somebody. They’re good blame shifters. I guess that’s how they make $783 billion a year, shifting the blame.”
Benedict added that Tracy is doing everything he can to comeback and so far he’s lost out on many jobs including a TV show and a movie.
Yeah, I know that Walmart’s lawyers are just doing their jobs and Tracy’s lawyer is doing his job by telling the press that he may never work again. If Tracy isn’t ever able to perform again, then Walmart may have to pay him for all the money he would’ve made if he was able to perform. Walmart is trying to rollback the price of the settlement and Tracy’s lawyer is trying to roll it forward. And how much will it affect the settlement amount if we find out that the movie Tracy wasn’t able to do was Who Dat Ninja 3: Dat Ninja Be Me? If you put a price on the world missing out on a Who Dat Ninja movie, the price would be $783 billion, give or take.