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Tracy Morgan’s mother not allowed to see him in the hospital

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The accident that involved actor Tracy Morgan was clearly a shock to the family and to his fans.  So, you would expect that his own mother would be at the top of the priority list of possible visitors.  But when family situations get complicated, that’s when the drama unfolds.

Tracy’s mother Alicia Warden has been estranged from her son for quite some time.  She says that she didn’t find out about her son’s accident until she saw it on TV, since no one called her about it.   So, Alicia did what many mothers would do in the same situation, she went to visit her son and see how he was doing.

But according to TMZ, she was pushed away the hospital security and told she couldn’t come in.  She says that she believes that Tracy’s fiance, Megan Wollover, is the one who sent her away.

She was allowed back into the hospital later, but wasn’t allowed to be alone with him.  She saw her son for five  minutes, and he was unconscious at the time.

“All I wanted was for our family to be alone with him. I wanted to pray over him and couldn’t do that because so many people were in the room,” she said.

The prayers might be too little, too late, since Ward’s relationship with Morgan has been gone for a very long time.  In a 2012 interview, Tracy said that he had not spoken to his mom for 12 years.

148 Comments

  1. mark

    June 11, 2014 at 12:31 am

    U only have one mother Tracy….U need to fix whatever is wrong with your relationship with her….because when she’s gone….she’s gone..

    • Jay

      June 11, 2014 at 2:07 pm

      Or Tracy’s Mother needs to FIX whatever is wrong with HER relationship with HER SON..and when her son is GONe ..he’s GONE.. Children are not supposed to DIE before their PARENTS..and in this situation he could have.. its been 14 years since she seen her son..I put this on her, not Tracy; becuz apparently Tracy has done well for himself WITHOUT his mother.. and THAT’S REAL TALK PPL..

      • chris

        June 12, 2014 at 2:15 am

        that is not neccessary true,, maybe his mom did not approve of his nasty mouth.. yes he need to get it right.. she is the mother and the Bible gives strict instruction to children regarding the parents. Tracy money and name cannot help him out of that hospital bed he could still die… and if he do not know Jesus as his savior he is bound for hell. you do not know the whole story so,, stop judging… the mother.. this is a wake up call for Tracy.. he is not all that great,, if he is cripple for life or if he can never talk again,, then what? we all will see just how many loyal friends he really has and that would probably = 0. no matter what one has, he cannot take it to heaven nor hell with him.. Tracy needs to get his soul right,, if he ever wakes up.

  2. Eli Johnson

    June 11, 2014 at 12:52 am

    THE BOOK SYS HONOR YOUR MOTHER AND YOUR DAYS WILL BE LONG IT’S BEST THAT YOU DO THE RIGHT THING AS SOON AS YOU CAN OR YOU MIGHT LEAVE THAT PLACE IN A BODY BAG.

    • Regina

      June 11, 2014 at 3:44 am

      The book also says “not to provoke your children.” When parents commit unparental acts to and in front of their children all honor and respect is shot to he!!.

      • keenah p

        June 11, 2014 at 11:06 am

        Agree!

      • Ann

        June 11, 2014 at 11:24 am

        Thank you Regina……
        My sentiments exactly.
        People who’ve never had serious issues with their own parents are quick to quote the “…honor thy parents…..” phrase but are completely oblivious to the “…not to provoke your children…” passage. Yes there should always be forgiveness, but forgiveness doesn’t always mean that the relationship will be tight and lovely.
        My mom did a horrific thing to me as a teenager. I suffered for years behind it, still am in my 40’s. I forgave her, but I certainly am not forgetting and will our relationship ever be tight as it was before? No. I love her and respect her but with just enough distance so that I don’t harbor any bad feelings because I certainly don’t trust her with my children.

      • Jay

        June 11, 2014 at 2:09 pm

        REAL TALK.. its funny how PPL pick and chose scripture suitable to their OWN belief. I thank GOD who doesn’t THINK on a bias level as man/woman.

      • Sharon Redmond

        June 12, 2014 at 6:00 pm

        THANK YOU! I just love how people want to use part of scripture to make a point.

  3. Butch

    June 11, 2014 at 1:44 am

    I have to agree with Mark & Eli…this accident, was not an accident. The fiancée needs to be nice. That’s his mother, and the mother gave birth to him, not the fiancée!!! This is why this world is so messed up now-a-days. If he dies, it will be his loss!

  4. Bronwyn

    June 11, 2014 at 6:50 am

    I do not understand, what right does his fiancée have (None whatsoever). His mother is his next of KIN, unless he has children (their mother should then step in.) in support of the children.

  5. SweetTweet

    June 11, 2014 at 8:13 am

    Since Tracy is divorced, isn’t his mother and or father his next if kin? How does a fiance have control over his health? Is this in writing that the mother will have no say so regarding her son?

  6. Selina Chavis

    June 11, 2014 at 8:21 am

    What goes around comes around. You can’t disrespect your parents, period. Provoking your children is not what parents do, they discipline. This kingdom s ruled by the flesh, satin, only living by the spirit will keep us from sin.
    His mother has every right to have time with her son.

  7. Lisamae

    June 11, 2014 at 8:29 am

    Life is short and fickle. Fix it now before it’s too late and one party will have to live with the regrets of no healing for the rest of their life.

  8. K Chandler

    June 11, 2014 at 8:37 am

    Regardless if his mother provoked him or whatever happended it’s something of the past. She didn’t kill him and he shouldn’t judge her on the past problems. After, 11 years forgive and forget. He’s blocking his blessings by harboring past feelings. Now, his fiancee need to have several seats because by law at the end of the day. Unless, she’s his power of attorney or he has a living will naming her over his estate his mother/father is his legal next of kin. Now, if they should pass his oldest son is his next of kin. So, she should be trying to get along with her for her and her child’s sake. If anything should happen and the baby isn’t in his will. She would have to go to court to get her child’s part. Now to me that is very disrespectful because it would be no him if she hadn’t reproduce and brought him in the world. If he makes a full recovery he better try and correct the worng. Trust a disobeident child doesn’t live long!!!

  9. keenah p

    June 11, 2014 at 11:09 am

    I believe in keeping a relationship with your parents are important, but at the same time it all depends on what the situation was and how it effected Tracy,only they know…mentally he may not be able to deal with her, sometimes parents can be very cruel, you read about it all the time…

  10. Ann

    June 11, 2014 at 11:29 am

    Tracy, I respect whatever decision you make.
    No one here has walked in your shoes and experienced whatever caused the demise in your relationship with your mother.
    I pray that you have already or do forgive her, but I also respect the fact that forgiveness doesn’t mean you have to let them in.
    My prayers are with you for a speedy recovery and self healing.
    Relationship issues is secondary.

    • Ann

      June 11, 2014 at 11:30 am

      Correction: Relationship issues are secondary.

  11. Clarissa Bennet

    June 11, 2014 at 11:41 am

    Actor and comedian Tracy Jamal Morgan was on November 10, 1968, in the Bronx, New York. The second of five children, Morgan grew up in Bedford-Stuyvesant, a low-income neighborhood in Brooklyn plagued by the dangers of the drug trade.

    (By the time Tracy was a student at De Witt Clinton High School in the Bronx, however, his relationship with his mother had seriously deteriorated. Morgan moved in with his father and, a year later, his brother and a sister joined him.)

    • Jay

      June 11, 2014 at 2:17 pm

      Tracy’s mother probably was a crack addicted .. and for that situation any child SHOULD not be with a parent that’s drug addicted ans the other siblings eventually moved with their father..

      Hopefully God can work this thing out between Mr. Morgan and his mother. BUT I feel Tracy, I don’t think if I was laid up as such and I haven’t seen my mother for 14 years? I wouldn’t want to see her immediately either simply becuz she showed up, what happen 14 years earlier, WHERE WAS SHE?

  12. Josiah

    June 11, 2014 at 11:43 am

    Many of you sound like fools. Mothers are not angels, they are humans; who love, hate, cherish, kill and everything in between. They often do unforgettable things to their very own children (always forgive them and anyone else, however). The state takes children from their mothers daily. Let’s get away from the assumption that mothers are holy and arbitrarily have ZERO issues and only show their children love. Just like we only have 1 mother, she only has 1 Tracy. Having more children doesn’t replace him. The fact remains that if she doesn’t treat him like a son, he shouldn’t waste time trying to treat her like a mother. Love her, just do it from a distance. Stop giving out this uninformed advice. She could be bringing him way more pain than any of you can image. Let Tracy be the decider of his life and respect it.

  13. Josiah

    June 11, 2014 at 11:45 am

    Ann, you said it best!

  14. Clarissa Bennet

    June 11, 2014 at 11:51 am

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2095530/Tracy-Morgans-war-words-mother-blasts-helping-save-house-repossession.html

    Why is his mother blaming his fiancée when she and her son have been at loggerheads long before he even knew his fiancée? The mother has had public spats with her son including one from 2012 when he refused to save her house from repossession. This latest dustup has nothing to do with his fiancée. Mummy Dearest needs to recognize that her relationship or lack thereof with her son is what led to her being refused the option of being alone with him in his unconscious state.

  15. kimberly

    June 11, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    I feel sorry for him but no one knows the situation between this man and his mother…he must have felt a valid reason for not having her in his life.I was very estranged from my parents due to drug addiction and child abuse.When I grew up I vowed to never have them in my life.As I got older I tried having them in my world and they continues to try to manipulate, abuse and missus me and I valued myself way too much to go back down those dark roads of life again.Many many years would go by when I wouldn’t,couldn’t and did not want to see them.They both passed away and when they did I was and still am at peace that as a daughter I did everything I could to try to repair the relationship..They didn’t.It is what it is and I am absolutely at peace that I did the right thing by staying away from them.

  16. Pboogie

    June 11, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    Exodus 20:12 Honor thy father and mothe: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord they God giveth thee.

  17. Mia

    June 11, 2014 at 4:30 pm

    Josiah said it best. Moms/dads are no angels. They do what they do becuz they also had imperfect parents. Hopefully Tracy will forgive her if he has not already but he does not have to have her in his life if her negatives outweigh her positives for his life. God bless him to live a good life or go prayfully in peace.

  18. Shirley Quinn

    June 11, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    A God’s Speedy recovery for the Comic,TM; But, it is not *FUNNY when you do not speak to your Mom!!! This divide is sad and a shame, never walk this earth and never connect with your Mom is so Ugly; 12 years, may the Lord of Glory have Mercy on this pitiful situation. No One, not Wife, no one; can take the position, or place of a *Mother. Kids; Men or Woman – never let the Devil Play you or Trick you when it comes to your Mom; you only get one!!!ou The Bible is True; (Jesus before going to the +Cross, called in John the Beloved to Care for his mother) He did not want to leave her alone; that’s love and concern.

    More Importantly, Ms. Girlfriend should play no part in extending a separation between mother and son… Ms. Thing That is not your Role, I don’t give a damn what he said; how he said it-concerning mommie problems, you have no Right or Business to interfere in a Visit, stopping prayer, hindering relationship; can’t see her child alone as he lies Critical, how absurb!! You are not his Wife; you are not Blood!!! you are not a relative; His Mother is all of the above. Respect her…

  19. Pernell Parham

    June 11, 2014 at 9:39 pm

    Whether or not they were estranged, I don’t think it was the girlfriend’s decision to whether she saw him or not, but we don’t know what he told her about his mother, it could have been so bad that the girlfriend didn’t think she should have been let in.

  20. Sarah

    June 12, 2014 at 5:45 am

    To answer some of your questions about rights: Only if that woman has power of attorney and she is the health care proxy. No mother should be turned away from seeing their sons or daughters period. Stop the madness and pray for a speedy recovery. This incident should bring them together again. God bless them all. Speedy recovery Traci.

  21. Darlene

    June 12, 2014 at 7:46 am

    This article, like most blogs and yellow journalism are opinion and not fact. We are leaving comments without knowing the truth of their relationships between Tracy Morgan and his family. I can say that if the statement he made is true about being estranged with his parent, that is his truth and not ours to judge. We do not know what she did in his life to make him feel not speaking to her. It can be also the fame and the handlers always mix up the family dynamics if the family is not a strong unit. My mom used to say, never let people see you have disagreements because they will DIVIDE AND CONQUER. SO LET US PRAY FOR PEACE

  22. Sharon

    June 12, 2014 at 1:31 pm

    Although he and his mom are estranged, no one knows what happened between the two of them.My prayer is that there is a complete healing, full restoration for the both physical body as well the mind for both mother and son. Only God can bring “Peace” out of confusion, and restore what no one can. According to Matthew 18:18, “when it is done in heaven it is done on the earth”. To God Be The Glory. Amen…………………..

  23. Nee

    July 1, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    To the “B” who blocked his Mom from seeing him, remember what goes around comes around. My mom would have tore your hair out, believe that. Be careful your children-in-laws,(Grown), don’t do that to you. I like to see your face with tears running down your face. Tracy if you can’t forgive, then to hell with you. I turn my back on you.

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