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David Genat admits he’s ‘super salty’ as he’s FIRED on Celebrity Apprentice

‘I’m a psycho at winning’: Model David Genat is ‘super salty’ as he’s FIRED on Celebrity Apprentice – after being accused of ‘fronting around like the Wolf of Wall Street’ by Lord Alan Sugar

David Genat has been accused by his Celebrity Apprentice co-stars of ‘strategising’ and ‘playing a game’.

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And the model’s time on the show is now up, with Lord Alan Sugar firing him during Sunday night’s tense boardroom meeting following a pet viral video challenge. 

Before keeping Ross Noble, Josh Gibson and Scherri-Lee Biggs safe, Lord Sugar said David was not pulling his weight, and ‘fronting around like the Wolf of Wall Street’.

‘I’m a psycho at winning’: Model David Genat (pictured) admitted to being ‘super salty’ after he was fired on Sunday’s episode of Celebrity Apprentice following a pet viral video challenge

The challenge for Sunday’s episode saw the teams creating a video for Pet Barn that would have the potential to go viral.  

Team Fun-Raiser, led by Married At First Sight’s Martha Kalifatidis, won the challenge, leaving Ross Noble’s Team Momentum panicking.

After retired AFL star Josh, 37, accused David, 41, of playing a game, Lord Sugar admitted that his future on the show was dire.

Not impressed: Before keeping Ross Noble, Josh Gibson and Scherri-Lee Biggs safe, Lord Alan Sugar (pictured) said David was not pulling his weight, and 'fronting around like the Wolf of Wall Street'

Not impressed: Before keeping Ross Noble, Josh Gibson and Scherri-Lee Biggs safe, Lord Alan Sugar (pictured) said David was not pulling his weight, and ‘fronting around like the Wolf of Wall Street’ 

‘Dave, it doesn’t sound too good mate. Fronting around like Dave does. You think you’re the Wolf of Wall Street… more like the poodle of Parramatta!’ he quipped.

Asked why he shouldn’t be fired, David threw Ross and Josh under the bus, calling out Ross for the poor video presented, and describing Josh as ‘one dimensional’.

‘I feel like I’ve showed you a lot of skills, I still have a lot to show you, Lord Sugar. I need that chance,’ he told the fearsome CEO.   

Pleading his case: 'I feel like I've showed you a lot of skills, I still have a lot to show you, Lord Sugar. I need that chance,' David told the fearsome CEO on why he should be kept safe

Pleading his case: ‘I feel like I’ve showed you a lot of skills, I still have a lot to show you, Lord Sugar. I need that chance,’ David told the fearsome CEO on why he should be kept safe 

Safe: Lord Sugar kept AFL star Josh (pictured) safe

Still in the competition: Comedian Ross Noble was also kept safe

Safe: Lord Sugar kept retired AFL star Josh (left) and comedian Ross Noble (right) safe 

With his quick firing, David admitted to being ‘super salty’ as he left the building.

‘Look at the end of the day, I felt we were playing a game. Lord Sugar doesn’t like to call it a game apparently,’ he said.

‘This is not the result I wanted obviously. I’m a bit psycho when it comes to winning. I’m very salty. I’m super, super salty.’

Celebrity Apprentice continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine  

'Not the result I wanted': With his quick firing, David admitted to being 'super salty' as he left the building. 'I'm a bit psycho when it comes to winning. I'm very salty. I'm super, super salty'

‘Not the result I wanted’: With his quick firing, David admitted to being ‘super salty’ as he left the building. ‘I’m a bit psycho when it comes to winning. I’m very salty. I’m super, super salty’ 

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