Reacting to fellow comedian Tracy Morgan's anti-gay rant and subsequent apology, Joan Rivers joked he's lost his only gay fan.

“Gay fans? What are they doing seeing him anyhow? Why aren't they watching me and Kathy Griffin? What are they doing at his show?” Rivers told The Daily Beast.

She then joked, “He's lost his gay fan.”

In a routine delivered last weekend in Nashville, Morgan, the star of NBC's 30 Rock, condoned anti-gay bullying and said he would stab his son to death if he found out he was gay.

On Monday, the 42-year-old Morgan agreed to meet with troubled LGBT youth from the Ali Forney Center in New York City and committed to participate in GLAAD's upcoming Amplify Your Voice video campaign to combat anti-LGBT bullying. He'll also return to Nashville with hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons to make a public statement in support of gay rights.

Several celebrities, including Chris Rock, Marlon Wayans, and Louis C.K. had come to the defense of Morgan, saying the comic had a right to say outrageous things.

Rivers agreed, saying her act is so offensive “I would sue myself after every show.”

“He shouldn't apologize,” she said, then added she's happy that Morgan has agreed to endorse gay rights.

“If they can actually get Tracy Morgan to be coherent and talk against homophobia even if he doesn't mean it, I think that'd be all right. Because there are people even dumber than Tracy Morgan, who look up to Tracy Morgan as an ignorant role model.”

“You know what he should be apologizing for? For charging $86 to see him,” Rivers said.