It has recently come to attention of the Minority Report that the beloved founder and iconic figurehead of KFC, was discovered to be a former
slave owner at one time. Yes, spicy and mild "dark meat" indeed.
While residing in Kentucky for over 85 yrs. it was said that he owned up to 13 some odd slaves (I'm guessing one for each herb and spice in his secret recipe) on his sprawling plantation and large chicken farm, said to be the biggest in the region at that time. However what's even more surprising about this revelation it that two of his closest
"house servants" were none other than the real-life advertising mascots "Uncle Ben" and "Aunt Jemima!"
Deep like fish grease, right!?!
Descendants of the Ben and Jemima, have publicly made claims that the good Colonel stole & sold their family's cookbook to industry giants for undisclosed millions, and are now seeking to sue the greedy
*Side note: Man, can you just imagine meals at that house?
Early morning breakfast with "Auntie" cooking up her now famous flapjacks topped with her warm homemade syrup, then BAM, dinner comes and you've got the Colonels 3 course cuisine
(Biscuit, mash w/gravy, and spicy chicken) and "Uncle's" rice
staring up from the plate at you. Damn, I just made myself hungry.
As this story further unfolds like a dinner napkin, I'll keep you
"a breast" of things...or at least a thigh. (Lol)