FOX – Tracy Morgan crashed his $2 million supercar in New York City Tuesday, just minutes after buying the car, according to a report.
The former “30 Rock” actor was less than a mile away from the dealership when his Bugatti Veyron was sideswiped by another car, The New York Daily News reported.
Morgan collided with a Honda CR-V near 10th Avenue and 42nd street in Manhattan, not far from the Lincoln Tunnel. It is not yet known who was at fault.
Oh man I would be so sad if Tracy Morgan was punching my window and yelling at me. Not scared, just sad. You never want the guy you idolize for making you laugh all the time pounding on your car trying to rip you out and murder you. I’d also be sad if my 2-2.5 million dollar Bugatti Veyron just got fucked up 13 seconds after I drove it off the lot. So I can see how both of these people are sad I guess.
Meanwhile, this is the sound of a woman who knows she’s about to get smashed on insurance bills:
PAGE SIX – The woman who got into a fender-bender with comedian Tracy Morgan in his $2 million Bugatti on Tuesday said she was “traumatized” by his yelling at her after the wreck — and she didn’t even know who he was until people told her.
Jocelyn Madulid, 61, spoke from her Jersey City home hours after her minor smashup with the “SNL” star at 42nd Street and Tenth Avenue.
You know who’s traumatized by a fender bender?
Someone driving a Honda who just found out the other driver is a celebrity:
“I asked the traffic officer, why people taking pictures and he said, ‘You don’t watch TV? That’s a famous guy,’” she added.
“Then there was a double-decker bus and the tourist guide was saying: ‘Oh, that’s Tracy Morgan!’” Madulid said.
Madulid, who said she was on her way to work when the crash happened, also said she feared her insurance bill will go up because Morgan was driving such an expensive car.
“I’m worried about that,” she said.
That’s textbook right there. Plant the traumatized seed early on. Mix in some “emotional distress” in your next interview while sitting on the couch next to a picture of your sweet grandchildren. Neck brace helps as well. Ain’t mad at it, gotta get that lawsuit money any way you can get it.
Tracy is physically fine. Mentally? Who’s to say. I’ve never owned a 2.5 million dollar car before. Not yet.