Papa John's founder uses the " N word" during a conference call

 Whelp ladies and gentlemen another franchise / organization has earned themselves a rightful spot upon the list of places we shalt not f**k with 🙅🏿‍♀️🤦🏿‍♂️🚮

Within a recent article released by #ForbesMagazine , #PapaJohns founder John Schnatter has found himself within hot water. The article goes on to state how Schnatter , during a May 2018 conference call with marketing agency “ Laundry Services “ expressed his deepest feelings within the On going #NFL VS African American Ordeal. 


“Colonel Sanders called blacks n-----s" and never faced any public backlash at KFC “ with additional comments stating how Blacks were dragged from trucks until they died.

Schnatter states the comments were made solely to implicate how distasteful racism really is. The conference call consisted of multiple callers and used for media training. According to Forbes, Schnatters disgusting comments left everyone completely uncomfortable. 

Since then, the #NFL has completely broken ties with the pizza chain and has ended all promotions, even though the two have been within collaboration for the last two years.

“Regardless of the context, I apologize. Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.” Schnatter has officially resigned from his position as both Chairman of the board and founder. But his face remains upon the Papa John Pizza box and he still own 24% stake within the company’s business.

Tamara JacksonComment