YouTuber Shane Dawson recently dropped a conspiracy theory about Chuck E. Cheese pizza, and the chain has denied his claims.

Dawson, a popular YouTuber with more than 20 million subscribers, released a huge conspiracy theory video. One conspiracy he explored was that Chuck E. Cheese takes pieces of pizza that go uneaten and puts them together to serve as whole pizzas to customers.

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Additionally, the conspiracy is backed by the idea that each pizza is misshapen and the cut marks don’t add up. Dawson is not the only person who believes this theory, as he shows many people online making the same claim in the video.

To take it further, he even tried to confirm it by going to a Chuck E. Cheese. He was served a misshapen pizza with pieces that didn’t connect correctly.

Now, the company has released a statement denying Dawson’s claims.

The claims made in this video about Chuck E. Cheese’s and our pizza are unequivocally false,” a spokesperson said in a statement. “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.”

Dawson’s video currently has more than 18 million views. It has two other conspiracy theories other than the pizza one, and all three are weaved throughout the video. You can watch it below.

See how fans reacted to the theory on Twitter.

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