Papa John’s founder and Chairman John Schnatter has resigned following accusations of him utilizing the N-word on a convention name in Might, an accusation he confirmed in an emailed assertion to Forbes  on Wednesday. 

“Information reviews attributing using inappropriate and hurtful language to me throughout a media coaching session relating to race are true,” he stated, including “Whatever the context, I apologize. Merely said, racism has no place in our society.”

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The convention name was a role-playing train in an effort to forestall future public-relations snafus.

He triggered uproar in November 2017 after he blamed partly blamed NFL gamers protesting through the nationwide anthem for a dip within the firm’s gross sales. In January, he stepped down because the CEO of the corporate after the controversy.

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On the controversial name in Might, he waved off the importance of his NFL assertion stating “Colonel Sanders known as blacks n——,” earlier than complaining that Sanders by no means confronted public backlash.

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 John Schnatter Papa John’s Founder John Schnatter Resigns From Firm For Utilizing Racial Slur. On this picture, John Schnatter (R), founder and chief government of Papa John’s Pizza, arrives on the 2011 American Music Awards in Los Angeles November 20, 2011. Picture: REUTERS/Danny Moloshok


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