Can Tracy Morgan save his career after his gay slurs at an infamous stand-up show earlier this month?

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) just posted a video of Morgan's apology at a Nashville conference yesterday.

You can watch the video on the GLAAD Web site here.

The 30 Rock star told jokes at a stand-up event in Nashville on June 3 that the gay community believed were offensive and promoted violence against the LGBT community.

Morgan joked that he would stab his son if he learned he was gay.

Today's apology started well.

Hilarious when he's not telling anti-gay jokes, Morgan introduced himself saying, My name is Tracy Morgan and nodding his head, with the sorrowful, childlike tone that made him popular on Saturday Night Live and his current NBC classic.

The rest of the apology was a drawn-out mea culpa.

I didn't mean it, Morgan said, I don't have a hateful bone in my body.

Almost immediately after the remark, Morgan's television co-stars came out in support of the gay community.

Do you think Morgan's apology can salvage his career? We at IBTimes want to know what you think.