Business Insider reports:
Papa John’s former CEO slammed the pizza chain he founded in an interview with local news. “I’ve had over 40 pizzas in the last 30 days,” John Schnatter told WDRB News. “And it’s not the same pizza. It’s not the same product. It just doesn’t tastes as good.”
Schnatter resigned as Papa John’s chairman in 2018, after admitting to using the n-word during a company conference call earlier that year. The Papa John’s founder stepped down as CEO in December 2017, following backlash for his criticism of players kneeling during the NFL national anthem to protest against police brutality.
Schnatter told WDRB News that he believes the truth about his termination has yet to emerge. “The day of reckoning will come,” Schnatter said.
The Papa John interview is lovely pic.twitter.com/bpDMDm9t9G
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