‘I’m a psychopath at winning’: Model David Genat is ‘super salty’ as he gets fired from Celebrity Apprentice – after being accused by Lord Alan Sugar of ‘looking around like the Wolf of Wall Street’
David Genat has been accused of ‘strategizing’ and ‘playing a game’ by his Celebrity Apprentice colleagues.
And the model’s time on the show is now over, as Lord Alan Sugar fires him during Sunday night’s tense board meeting after a viral video pet challenge.
Before keeping Ross Noble, Josh Gibson and Scherri-Lee Biggs safe, Lord Sugar said David didn’t put his weight on and was “turning around like the Wolf of Wall Street.”
‘I’m a psychopath at winning’: Model David Genat (pictured) admitted to being ‘super salty’ after being fired from Sunday’s episode of Celebrity Apprentice following a viral pet video challenge
The challenge for Sunday’s episode was that the teams created a video for Pet Barn that would have the potential to go viral.
Team Fun-Raiser, led by Married At First Sight star and beauty influencer Martha Kalifatidis, won the challenge, sending Ross Noble’s Team Momentum into a panic.
After retired AFL star Josh, 37, accused David, 41, of playing a game, Lord Sugar admitted his future on the show was dire.
Unimpressed: Before keeping Ross Noble, Josh Gibson and Scherri-Lee Biggs safe, Lord Alan Sugar (pictured) said David didn’t weigh his weight and ‘went around like the Wolf of Wall Street’
“Dave, it doesn’t sound so good mate. Look around like Dave does. You think you’re the Wolf of Wall Street… more like Parramatta’s poodle!’ he joked.
When asked why he shouldn’t be fired, David threw Ross and Josh under the bus, exclaiming at the bad video presented and describing Josh as “one-dimensional.”
“I feel like I’ve shown you a lot of skills, I’ve got a lot to show you, Lord Sugar. I need that chance,” he told the terrifying CEO.
Advocating his case: “I feel like I’ve shown you a lot of skills, I’ve got a lot to show you, Lord Sugar. I need that chance,” David told the terrifying CEO why he must be kept safe
Safe: Lord Sugar kept retired AFL star Josh (left) and comedian Ross Noble (right) safe
With his rapid fires, David admitted he was “super salty” when he left the building.
“Look at the end of the day, I felt like we were playing a game. Lord Sugar doesn’t seem to call it a game,” he said.
‘Of course this is not the result I wanted. I’m a bit of a psycho when it comes to winning. I am very salty. I’m super, super salty.’
Celebrity Apprentice continues on Channel Nine at 7.30pm on Monday
‘Not the result I wanted’: With his quick fire, David admitted he was ‘super salty’ when he left the building. “I’m a bit of a psycho when it comes to winning. I am very salty. I’m super, super salty’