New York Daily News & Police Bureau Chief: By Rocco Parascandola – The Brooklyn McDonald’s worker shot point-blank in a flap over cold french fries has died, police said Friday.

Matthew Webb, 23, brain-dead following the Monday night shooting, had been on life support at Brookdale University Hospital.

The suspect, Michael Morgan, 20, accused of shooting the fast-food worker in the face because he was angry about how the restaurant handled his mother’s fry order, is expected to be charged with murder.

“The people are anticipating homicide charges in this case, given the victim is currently on life support,” Assistant District Attorney Luis Paternina said at Morgan’s Thursday arraignment. “So, essentially, the victim’s family is waiting to make a difficult decision about taking the victim off life support.”

Morgan was initially charged with attempted murder in Webb’s shooting, and with murder, for a 2020 shooting he confessed to after his arrest, authorities said.

Morgan tried to cover up his most recent crime, disposing of evidence that included the clothes he wore when pulling the trigger, Paternina charged.

The shooting happened when Morgan showed up at the McDonald’s on Fulton St. in Bedford-Stuyvesant after hearing his mother’s complaints about cold fries during a FaceTime chat between the two, according to authorities.

Video surveillance showed Morgan punching Webb in the face and knocking the worker to the ground before pulling the weapon and pumping a bullet into the victim’s neck on the sidewalk outside the McDonald’s, authorities said.

A worker at a Brooklyn McDonald’s was shot in the face by a customer’s son during a wild spat over cold french fries on Monday, Aug 1, 2022. The 23-year-old employee was taking orders about 7pm inside the McDonald’s on Fulton St near Throop Ave in Bedford-Stuyvesant, pictured here, when a customer complained about her order – Google

Morgan admitted to getting the gun from a friend in his apartment building, Paternina said.

Paternina said Morgan’s girlfriend, 18-year-old Camellia Dunlap, admitted in a videotaped interview to handing him the weapon. Dunlap was arrested alongside Morgan in the accused shooter’s home.

“She was holding the gun for him,” said Paternina.

Dunlap, who was charged with felony weapon possession, was ordered held on $50,000 cash bail.

Police investigate the shooting at the McDonald’s, on Fulton St. near Throop Ave – Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News

Her lawyer, Beth Calcaterra of the Legal Aid Society, said she lives with her grandmother — who was present at the arraignment — and her 2-year-old child. Calcaterra asked for her release without bail, saying that Dunlap was worried about the tot’s well-being because the child wouldn’t understand her absence.

The murder that Morgan confessed to occurred on Oct. 21, 2020, just six blocks from the McDonald’s where he shot Webb. The victim Kevin Holloman, 28, was not Morgan’s intended target, the prosecutor said.

Holloman had the misfortune of hanging out with his cousin — who had a beef with Morgan — and others about 9:30 p.m. outside an apartment building on Herkimer St. near Rochester Ave., authorities said., when Morgan allegedly opened fire.

Police investigate the shooting at the McDonald’s, on Fulton St near Throop Ave – Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News

The cousin and Morgan had clashed two days prior. When the cousin took out a knife to prepare to roll a blunt, a man in the group asked if he was going to “start something,” Paternina said.

The argument escalated to the point where Morgan opened fire, the prosecutor said.

The cousin escaped injury, but Hollomon was fatally struck by three bullets.

Top Feature Photo: Suspect Michael Morgan being escorted by NYPD from the 79th Pct Wednesday – Shawn Inglima/for New York Daily News