& # 39; Oh, we're back to the ethnic fires! Fun! & # 39; The Apprentice racing is racing on while fans are left SEEING that Iasha Masood has been fired and & # 39; offensive & # 39; Lottie Lion lives to see another week
The student has come under fire this year because apparently he has chosen people from an ethnic minority group when it comes to layoffs in the boardroom.
And this week was no different, as account manager Iasha Masood got the boat from Lord Sugar after being on the losing team for the eight-lane task.
Iasha is the fifth black and ethnic minority candidate to be kicked out of the series this year, following Shahin Hassan, Kenna Ngoma, Souleyman Bah and Lubna Farhan who have been fired in recent weeks.
Backlash: The student has come under fire this year because he seems to have chosen people from an ethnic minority group when it comes to layoffs in the boardroom – and this week has been no different
Fans returned to Twitter to express their outrage – and complain that Lottie Lion has remained in the process despite her confrontational behavior and accusations of racism behind the scenes.
& # 39; Lol so they literally fire the people with color this series or …? & # 39; someone asked, while another posted: & # 39; Oh, we're back on the ethnic dismissal. Fun. & # 39;
& # 39; ANOTHER MINORITY APPLIED. Shockahhhh, & # 39; another one came, while someone else wrote: & # 39; Is that the last of the ethnic minorities who have been made redundant? & # 39;
Lottie, 19, involving – and emphasizing the impressive performance of 27-year-old Iasha in the process so far – someone wrote: “Wasn't Iasha the project manager when her team successfully earned 1 million in sales? But Lottie admitting she's not going to work in a team and Dean [Ahmad] who has more lives than a cat, the number of times he's nearly fired are still there. MAKE THE MEANING! & # 39;
Package sent: In a shock-fire on Wednesday's edition, promising businesswoman Iasha was sent home by Lord Sugar
& # 39; Remains in Lottie and Scarlett [Allen-Horton] while [Iasha] gets the chance to do something in the task. Even in the previous task she did an incredible task and everyone still treated her like s ** t. There is a racist culture in the student! Shame, & # 39; arranged another.
Someone else suggested: & # 39; I think it's great that all ethnic minority candidates are fired every week on #TheApprentice. It seems to me that the entire line-up this year was just to show that they were considering a more diverse pool of talent to avoid criticism. & # 39;
Lottie was attacked in recent weeks when it turned out that she had referred to fellow participant Lubna as & # 39; Gandhi & # 39; in a WhatsApp group.
Road: Iasha was sent home by Lord Sugar after being on the losing team for the eight-lane task
Outrage: fans went back to Twitter to express their outrage – and complain that Lottie Lion has remained in the process despite her confrontational behavior and accusations of racism behind the scenes
Iasha told MailOnline after her resignation that the whole thing & # 39; came as a shock & # 39 ;.
She admitted: & # 39; I thought I was fine. But I think it was a fair decision from a business perspective. From a character perspective, I was not striking enough, I think.
& # 39; I am so exhausted that I went outside, but I think I was a bit sidelined as a nice person. I know that I am honest and ethical and I believe that I am kind in business.
Offensive? Lottie was attacked in recent weeks when it turned out that she had referred to fellow participant Lubna as & # 39; Gandhi & # 39; in a WhatsApp group
Wrong decision: Iasha told MailOnline after her resignation that the whole thing & # 39; came as a shock & # 39;
& # 39; Kindness is important in business – but it is less fun to see. It's a shame the process goes like this, but I know I'd rather watch drama than a nice person. & # 39;
Iasha & # 39; s performance in the show was much more impressive than many of the candidates who are still in the process.
She achieved a record profit as a project manager for one task and was seen as a rising star with promise.
The student will continue on BBC One next Wednesday at 9 p.m.
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