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Papa John’s Founder Donates $1 Million To Historically Black College

John Schnatter resigned from the pizza company amid backlash for using the n-word.

Bennett College Receives $500K Donation From Papa John’s To Remain Open

Fearing closure after losing accreditation, Bennett College, one of the few all-women HBCUs, has received a large donation from Papa John’s to keep them open. According…

Former Papa John’s CEO Sues Company After Resigning For Using N-Word

Papa John’s  founder and former CEO refuses to walk away without a fight. John Schnatter sued the pizza chain Thursday (July 26) as part of what seems to be a larger…

Morehouse College Bans Papa John’s From Campus Amid N-Word Controversy

Papa John’s Pizza is no longer welcome on Morehouse College campus following the former CEO’s series of racist acts. The college administration issued the…

Papa John’s Founder Uses N-Word During Conference Call

It appears that John Schnatter, the founder of the pizza chain Papa John’s, is in hot water once again in terms of making racist remarks. On Wednesday (Jul. 11)…

Lil Jon Reportedly Wants To Become Papa John’s Next CEO

Lil Jon is definitely a jack of all trades. From opening a school in Ghana earlier this year to producing, his presence – even years after his signature “OKAAYY!&#8221…

Papa John’s CEO Steps Down Amid Controversial Comments About NFL Protests

After a month of media blunders about the NFL protests, Papa John’s founder John Schnatter has stepped down from his position as CEO of the company. USA Today reports…

Papa John’s Says Sorry For Making “Divisive” Comments About NFL Protests

Papa John’s has found itself in a precarious predicament after CEO “Papa” John Schnatte blamed bad pizza sales on NFL protests. In an likely attempt at damage control…

Papa John’s CEO Blames Poor Pizza Sales On NFL Protests

Papa John’s is losing a lot of dough, and the company’s CEO is jumping to some pretty out-of-this-world conclusions as to why this has occurred. According to ESPN