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Papa John Schnatter Says He Was Pressured To Say N-Word
What type of garlic sauce f**kery is THIS?!
Earlier this week we reported that Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter resigned from his company after reports surfaced that he used the n-word (ending in a hard -er) during a conference call with a another company.
Schnatter did his first post n-word interview with WHAS where he tepidly and sheepishly apologized for his unconscionable mistake.
“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.”
So…they made him say “ni**er”. Got it. You can listen to Schnatter’s ridiculous explanation in it’s entirety below.
This explanation/apology is actually worse than his s#!tty pizza.
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