Gregory Ebbs has been fired on ‘The Apprentice’.
The 26-year-old entrepreneur has turn into the newest contestant to exit the BBC present after being axed by Lord Sugar.
Gregory – who owns a web-based antiques market – was axed from the present after he did not impress Lord Sugar through the newest process, which required the groups to create a cartoon geared toward younger kids.
Gregory and his workforce pitched a cartoon that featured characters enjoying a clapping recreation. Nonetheless, they ran out of time through the design stage and their ultimate product did not embrace the clapping fingers.
Lord Sugar subsequently highlighted Gregory’s position of their under-performance.
He mentioned: “I feel you went lacking on this process – we nearly despatched Dora the Explorer on the lookout for you.”
Lord Sugar additionally described the cartoon as “pathetic”.
Regardless of this, Gregory has steered that one other contestant ought to’ve been fired as a substitute of him.
He identified that a whole lot of religion was put in Reece Donnelly, the group’s workforce chief, and Gregory argued that he allow them to down.
The entrepreneur – who has his personal YouTube channel – advised RadioTimes.com: “Reece got here in and he had a whole lot of expertise with that specific process. So, a whole lot of accountability lies with him. However then again, as I say, the characters, the cartoon, the pitch – these are all components which, sadly, we simply did not match as much as.
“I imply, the efficiency of the opposite workforce was so much higher than ours. So it is troublesome to put accountability on one shoulders, however actually the workforce chief does maintain a whole lot of accountability.”