Harry Mahmood, who was fired from The Apprentice, slams Tim Campbell for his “disruptive” dig.


Harry Mahmood, who was fired from The Apprentice, slams Tim Campbell for his “disruptive” dig.

THE APPRENTICE has returned to BBC after a long hiatus, but one of the axed contestants has made a dig at Lord Sugar’s sidekick.

Lord Alan Sugar and the restless business hopefuls returned to the BBC for a new season of the business-style reality show.

Lord Sugar was joined by new aide Tim Campbell, who was later slammed by the eliminated Harry Mahmood, in addition to the 16 new candidates.

The Apprentice returned for a second season, with a new batch of hopefuls hoping to win a life-changing £250,000 investment in their company.

The first candidate to be eliminated after a tense showdown was Harry, an operational manager from the West Midlands, who premiered on Tuesday.

Harry struggled to design a marketing campaign for a cruise line despite describing himself as the “Asian version of Lord Sugar.”

After a luxury cruise promotion task went awry, he was on the losing team, which resulted in a brutal brawl with candidates Akshay Thakrar and Akeem Bundu-Kamara.

Harry hoped to entice Lord Sugar to invest in his bath bomb company so that the two of them could collaborate to grow it into the “bad boys of the bath bomb world.”

His dream was quickly dashed, however, when the logo he helped design was compared to a turd.

When Harry and Akeem Bundu Kamara struggled to choose a logo, Digital Marketing Agency owner Akshay Thakrar put himself forward as Project Manager for the men’s team.

Finally, the team settled on a logo that resembled a rotting banana.

The teams then focused on creating an advertisement, which failed to impress as well, as Lord Sugar’s Karren compared it to an ad for an old people’s home rather than a luxury cruise.

Lord Sugar expressed his disappointment with both teams in the boardroom, but revealed that the boy’s team had lost the task due to the logo.

The team went to the infamous Bridge cafe to talk about their failure and choose which three members would return to the boardroom.

When they returned, however, the bickering continued, and Tim described Harry as “disruptive” after they were asked to wait outside for a private boardroom meeting.

Lord Sugar eventually agreed with Tim’s assessment of the team and fired Harry.

Harry was enraged by the comments after watching the episode.

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