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Papa John's gets absolutely scorched on Twitter after report that founder used the n-word

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Pizza lovers no longer care how good your ingredients are, Papa John's. They're jumping ship and taking their appetite for subpar pizza elsewhere.


On Wednesday, after Forbes reported that John Schnatter, founder and former CEO of Papa John's, used the n-word during a conference call in May, people came for the brand on Twitter.


SEE ALSO: Papa John's founder used the n-word on a conference call


Though Schnatter resigned as chairman of the board on Wednesday in response to backlash, he still owns 30 percent of the company's stock, according to the New York Times. Not to mention Papa John's still includes his name in the title, so it's pretty clear why many have decided to boycott the pizza chain. Read more...

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