'Papa John' Offers Cringey TikTok Tour of His Mansion

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NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 31: John H. Schnatter, Founder, Chairman & CEO of Papa John's International, Inc. rings the NASDAQ Opening Bell at NASDAQ MarketSite on January 31, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images)

Papa John's founder John Schnatter proves there is such a thing as getting lost in the sauce like Gucci Mane once proclaimed. πŸ˜‚

Schnatter, who was publicly ousted from his pizza company after using a racial slur during a conference call, recently shared the first TikTok episode of what apparently will be an ongoing series of MTV Cribs style tours of his $11 million home in Louisville, Kentucky.

If you can make it past his horrendous bootcut jeans, the clip shows him explaining the odd metaphor of "perfect timing" that lies behind a massive statue of two eagles mating in the middle of his foyer.

Doubling as a clock, the statue spins four times every hour. (Without a watch, I guess he needs some way to keep track of time.)

Then, Papa John leads viewers over to his library where he writes "letters," including a few likely apology notes. But before revealing what lies behind the set of doors, he offers a cliffhanger that no one asked for. "Stay tuned, you gotta keep following," he says. "Maybe next time."

I'm good.

Yet, this isn't the first instance of Schnatter trying to show off his lavish possessions on TikTok. In an earlier video, he walks over to a helicopter under the egocentric caption, "Did you know I have my own helicopter?"

Making matters worse, he refers to the aircraft as the "Papa Choppa."

He also followed up the mansion tour with a video of him curling dumbbells and awkwardly asking, "Papa Bless or Papa Flex?" Bro.

With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic causing record job losses, many social media users weren't feeling Schnatter's tone-deaf flexing. Scroll through some of the best responses: