VIDEO: Did Chuck-E-Cheese Send Shane Dawson A Cease and Desist?


Chuck E Cheese is responding to Shane Dawson’s viral conspiracy theory regarding their pizza, and thus begin the great wars between wether or not Chuck E. Cheese pizza is cobbled together from old pizzas or not. Hmm. Hmm! Well, let’s dive in!

Shane Dawson released Part 2 of his highly anticipated conspiracy series, and now people won’t ever look at Chuck E Cheese the same. In the video, Shane decided to dig into some pizza, but not in the way you would expect.

Shane explains a long-time conspiracy theory that Chuck E Cheese takes leftover pizza slices, combines them, reheats them, and the re-serves them. To test this theory, Shane decides to go and check it out. They get the pizza and they are shook. Social media went crazy with this revelation, but others refuted the theory, claiming he pizza slices move when they move it from where they cut it to the pizza platter. Especially when they place a large pizza into a x-large pizza platter.

Chuck E. Cheese himself is also quelling the public’s concern saying: Nope, all our pizzas are made fresh by our team of talented pizza pros. Each ‘za is handmade which means the amount of sauce, cheese, and toppings might vary – but it still tastes great.”, adding “The claims made about Chuck E. Cheese’s and our pizza are unequivocally false. No conspiracies here – our pizzas are made to order and we prepare our dough fresh in restaurant, which means that they’re not always perfectly uniform in shape, but always delicious.”

The denial is making some fans nervous, since Shane was not shy about his fears that he might get sued because of this video, and so far, according to NBC, Shane has received a cease and desist letter. Shane himself has not confirmed any of this and it is unclear whether or not there will be a lawsuit.

Shane, however, seems to have done his homework ahead of time, even pushing the video’s release date by a few days to prep for backlash, and understandably, if there are some legal things going down, we probably won’t know any inside details until it’s settled in the legal system.

But here’s to hoping everything goes smoothly!

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