Tracy Morgan’s Story About The Time Prince Kicked Him Out Of His House Is Classic Morgan And Prince

After his untimely passing last week the Internet has been awash with people revisiting their favorite memories of the music icon, from Jimmy Fallon telling the story of how Prince schooled him in ping pong to people revisiting the time he kicked Kim Kardashian off his stage, it’s been a rather emotional week for many.

Speaking to Billboard about how he was a life-long fan of Prince, Tracy Morgan had one helluva wild story to tell. Well, okay – not THAT wild, but it captures the two of them in such a perfect nutshell that you can almost picture how the entire thing went down right in your head:

“About seven years ago, I went to a party at Prince’s house in Los Angeles. We had to take a bus there — Jennifer Lopez, everybody was on this bus — and Prince performed with his band in the living room. The liquor was flowing and everybody was getting nice. At the end of the night, me and my boy Bradley were drunk. We had these two girls on the sofa and we were talking, joking, laughing. Prince and his wife came downstairs and they had on purple pajamas. He said, “Tracy, get the f– out!” As I walked out the door, I grabbed him by the back of the neck and I pulled him close to me. I noticed that mole on his face — he was so pretty, I turned gay for about five seconds — and I said, “My father loved ‘When Doves Cry.’ ” And he said, “Yeah, yeah. Just get the f– out.”

“I don’t care about your dad Tracy, get the fuck outta my house.”

He had a second story as well, except this one isn’t nearly as Prince-y:

Prince’s music taught me how to suck t*tties! He taught me how to be gentle. Because of him, I once sucked a t*tty for an hour. At the end, it looked like a tater tot.

I love Prince.

Not that many people can boast that Prince taught them how to suck on boobs, but if there’s one thing I’m sure he would want to be remembered for, it would probably be that….along with literally everything else he did.

Probably more everything else.

[H/T Billboard]