Louis C.K. asks TMZ to take down Tracy Morgan crash video
Louis C.K. has lent his voice — or, more accurately, his tweets — to a campaign asking TMZ to take down video of the car wreck that critically injured Tracy Morgan, Ardie Fuqua and others — and killed comedian James McNair.
On Wednesday, Fuqua’s daughter asked the site to take down the video, which showed her father being pulled unconscious from the wreckage. “I need help to get TMZ to remove the video of the accident that shows my dad being pulled from the truck and laid down to the side,” she wrote on Instagram. “This something no one should ever see, it’s hurtful and distasteful.” She added: “This is hurting my heart so bad that this video is posted for all to see. No one should see my father this way.”
Louis C.K. followed suit with a series of tweets:
Subsequently, other celebrities have also asked TMZ to take down the video. Perhaps Dax Shepard summed it up best:
As of Thursday morning, the video is still available via TMZ.com.