Papa John N word controversy continues! In OAN interview he says he can’t stop saying N word. This is how to Cancel yourself!
Apparently Papa John trained for 20 months to stop saying the n-word. John Schnatter, founder and former chairman of Papa John’s, said Monday in an One America News Network he’s been working on eradicating the N-word from his vocabulary for 20 months.
“We’ve had three goals for the last 20 months: To get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary and dictionary and everything else because it’s just not true,” he said during an appearance on OAN.
He said to Kara McKinney that he was in a “state of shock” when he was ousted from his role at the pizza chain after being accused of using the racial slur in 2018.
As he’s done in the past, Schnatter blamed the board for his ouster, adding that another one of his goals has been to “figure out how they did this.”
In 2019, John Schnatter gave a quickly viral interview to WDRB in which he claimed the current owners conspired to remove him.
“I never dreamed that people that I cared about — that I loved, that I made multimillionaires — would do what they did,” he said in the interview, shifting the blame for his exit. “Shame on them.”
Schnatter also went after new CEO Steve Ritchie directly for having “no pizza experience.”