Papa John’s founder claims that he only said the “N” word during teleconference due to peer pressure.

By |2018-07-16T11:18:31-08:00July 16th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |1 Comment

Courtesy of The New York Post:

On Friday afternoon, Schnatter, in an interview on WHAS, a Louisville radio station, said he was pressured to use the N-word during the conference call.

“The agency was promoting that vocabulary … They pushed me. And it upset me,” he told host Terry Meiners.

“It’s caused a lot of grief for my community, for my university,” Schnatter noted. “My employees are distraught, they’re crushed, and it’s all because I was sloppy and I wasn’t as sensitive. It’s the same mistake I made on the NFL comments.”

The executive caught flak in January when he said Papa John’s, a longtime NFL sponsor, saw its sales get dinged because of the league’s players’ national anthem kneeling protest.

Cool story bro. 

You know I have lived my life surrounded by racists, including my own father, and I never used the “N” word due to peer pressure. 

Wrong is wrong, and an adult male should know better. 

You know, unless they are at heart a racist themselves. 

Fuck this guy, and fuck Papa John’s pizza. 

Which I now refer to as White Supremacist pizza. 

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One Comment

  1. Anonymous July 16, 2018 at 4:04 am

    It’s always someone else’s fault, isn’t it.

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