Grandma says serving ‘hot fries’ would’ve avoided shooting by grandson that left McDonald’s worker DEAD

Apparently, they take their McDonald’s French fries seriously in Brooklyn as the family of a suspected gunman is showing no remorse for the death of a restaurant employee over cold fries.

Matthew Webb, 23, was shot in the neck Monday outside the McDonald’s restaurant where he worked after a dispute broke out over fries that were supposedly served too cold. Webb had been clinging to life in a local hospital, but the New York Police Department announced on Friday that he had “succumbed to his injuries,” according to the New York Post.

The gunman’s 66-year-old grandmother, Debra Dunlap, served up a rather cold response to the shooting, saying it all could have been avoided with warmer fries.

“I think it would have been solved if one they just gave the lady some hot French fries and let her been on her way,” Dunlap told The Post. “That would have been solved right there.”

“Why were they laughing at her? Why didn’t they just give her hot French fries? That’s why we go in there to spend our money,” she added. “She went back a second time for French fries… and they didn’t give her [hot] French fries again? No one goes into a restaurant wanting cold food when you’re paying your money.”

“Give people what they ask for,” Dunlap said. “If I want some hot fries, I want some hot fries.”

Meanwhile, her grandson, Michael Morgan, 20, who was already charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a loaded firearm, is expected to face upgraded homicide charges. Turns out, Morgan confessed to an Oct. 21, 2020, homicide he was long suspected of committing while in custody this week, according to the New York Daily News.

Dunlap’s remarks above were before Webb died and she did say, “I do hope the boy survives. I really do. I don’t wish death on nobody.”

“What she should have did was just gave the fries back … ask for her money back or call the police to help settle the situation. I think this could have been avoided,” she said.

Over an order of fries.

The needless tragedy started when Lisa Fulmore, a 40-year-old woman, explained to the newspaper that she had gotten an order of fries Monday night and ended up returning them because they were not the temperature she preferred. Fulmore said she requested warmer fries, but claimed a female employee took her order and put a few hot fries on top before giving her the same order back again.

“So I taste the fries, and after I got to the third one, it was a cold fry still. So, I went back to take the food back,” the woman said. “I asked her, ‘Why would you give me the same fries and just put one or two on top to make me think that you gave me new fries?’ She started laughing, and all of them started laughing, acting like it’s funny.”

Upset that she was allegedly being mocked — Webb allegedly ridiculed the woman for having food in her teeth — Fulmore called her son, who has a lengthy criminal record, according to the Post.

After Morgan showed up, the situation escalated and would reach a now deadly conclusion after Webb reportedly went outside later to confront him. Morgan’s girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, 18, allegedly handed him the gun used in the shooting and now faces weapons charges.

On that note, Fulmore was just as cold as the grandmother — it’s not clear if Dunlap is her mother.

“There was no reason for him to go outside looking for somebody,” Fulmore said of Webb. “Whatever happened outside, you caused that to happen.”

“I talked to my son with the cops. My son is just saying that he gotta do what he gotta do and the [victim] came after him and whatever happened, happened,’’ she said in a chilling comment to the Post.


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