Papa John Has Spent 20 Months Trying to Not Say the N-Word

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I have never found not saying the n-word a particularly difficult thing to do. I don’t say the n-word all the time; I’m not saying it right now.

Not saying the n-word doesn’t come as easy to John Schnatter, also known as the Papa John who didn’t have sex with his daughter. In fact, Schnatter says he’s spent 20 months trying to learn how to not say the n-word.

Schnatter was on OAN, the network for people who don’t see the big deal about saying the n-word and think Fox News is too left-wing, when he said “We’ve had three goals for the last 20 months: To get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary and dictionary and everything else because it’s just not true.”

How often do you have to say the n-word that you have to spend 20 months getting it out of your vocabulary?

Of course, Schnatter was actually trying to say that the board made up the allegation that he said the n-word because they wanted to get rid of him. That seems very unlikely.

Just don’t say the n-word. It’s not that difficult. It’s easier than saying the n-word, because you can just say nothing.

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