Four important takeaways from 'Papa' John Schnatter's weird interview

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Speaking to local news station WDRB in Kentucky, Schnatter spoke about the alleged racism scandal that forced him to resign from the company - and the quality of the product since he's stepped down.

Even assuming that Schnatter represents 40 slices of pizza last month, there is still a terrifying amount of Papa John's to consume.

"It's not the same product. It just doesn't taste as good", Schnatter added.

John Schnatter hasn't had a formal role with Papa John's in months and has been unloading hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of the company's stock this year.

Speaking to WDRB, Schnatter alleges the conference call in which he used a racial slur that forced him to resign previous year was "fabricated" by others in the company who conspired againt him. He later issued an apology via Twitter but found himself under fire once again in July of 2018 after he admitted to using a racial slur on a company conference call created to help him avoid future public-relations problems. Schnatter said the pizza isn't the same anymore and doesn't take good. I assumed it might come from the skin.

While Schnatter declined to reveal any more details, he had an ominous warning: "Stay tuned".

"If the management team was out, and I went back in, they'd be cheering", he said.

Schnatter agreed to step down from the board of directors and withdraw his nomination for reelection in July, agreed to work with the board to find an independent replacement, and dropped the two lawsuits.

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You see, we're all wrong, apparently: Papa John is not a Nazi-endorsed pizza mogul, he's nearly inevitably sure to be the future subject of a Scorsese biopic.

But he still ate 40+ pizzas.

Schnatter's interview was widely met with derision, with many Twitter users pointing out his "commitment to wearing gaudy red button-downs even if they can't have the papa john's logo anymore" and questioning why he looked like he was sweating "pizza grease".

He claimed Rob Lynch, who replaced him as CEO, is unqualified, saying: 'He has never been a CEO.

During the interview, Schnatter claims that Steve Ritchie, who became CEO when Schnatter left, chairman Olivia Kirtley and the boards of directors all "used the black community and race" to conspire against him and "steal the company". Papa John's is the kind of pizza you get when you just want some pizza and you're extremely desperate.

Having "pizza experience" in the "pizza category" is important.

. Schnatter's name was removed from the Center for Free Enterprise at the University of Louisville, and Papa John's name was removed from the school's football stadium. He would not actually know high quality. "The day of reckoning will come".

'They stole the corporate, and now they've destroyed the corporate. Schnatter said that Kirtley and Shapiro "should be in jail". He says he isn't trying to take it over at this time.

He went on to claim that if he returned to the company, workers would be "doing backflips" and "bouncing off the wall".

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