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Papa John Claims He Is Eating More Za Than Your Entire House

CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 12, 2014: "Papa" John Schnatter, founder and CEO of "Papa John's Pizza" takes part in a radio show prior to a game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns on October 12, 2014 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland won 31-10. (Photo by Nick Cammett/Diamond Images/Getty Images)

Since being canceled in 2018 for using racial slurs on a company conference call, John ‘Papa John’ Schnatter has spent his time is his super fvcking weird mansion, burying pizza, and talking about it.

It is a weird way to spend your day, I suppose, but it seems to be the only thing that ever comes out of any of his interviews. In 2019, he said that he ate 40 pies in 30 days. Now he is saying that in the last 18 months he has had 800 pizzas. In some capacity.

Yeah, 800 according to Bloomberg. That is a lot, even during an endemic. He danced around saying that he ‘ate’ them all, just that he sampled them… sometimes as little as a nibble (which is fvkcing weird, too).

If true, that is also 2.5 pizzas PER DAY. Why? How? When? What?

So many questions, but honestly, it is also a little bit like stalking an ex that has clearly moved on from you…

And saying she isn’t that hot anymore.

Schnatter snipped, “Some were burnt. Some were undercooked.”

He also took the chance to take a shot at the new CEO of the company, Rob Lynch.

“This guy is delusional,” the formerly proud Papa said. “He has no idea how we built this company and the fundamentals. But he thinks it’s him. He really thinks that he’s done something magical.”

The magic… according to Schnatter… was the endemic, essentially forcing people into more delivery options.

“It kind of makes me laugh at Rob Lynch,” he said, using the guy’s full name.

This is full on not being able to get over Papa John’s even though Papa John’s has moved on from Papa John.

Written by Malcolm Henry

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