Young Apprentice: 'Optimist' Mahamed Awale is fired by Lord Sugar
The 16-year-old student from London had said: 'I have so many abilities and so many talents. I want to prove what an entrepreneurial person I am.'
Lord Sugar appeared not to agree.
This week's task saw the boys go head to head with the girls in a battle to sell the most ice cream.
Initially Lord Sugar was impressed by the boys' team, Atomic, who managed to make an impressive profit of £559.25.
But the girls, named Kinetic - who charged slightly more for their ice cream but still put on a rather shambolic display - managed to rake in £708.34.
James and Harry both told Lord Sugar that Mahamed should be fired - and the businessman agreed.
He called Mahahmed an 'optimist' for his wildly inaccurate speculation that he'd sold £130 of stock, having actually flogged just £62 worth.
Mahamed was 'surprised' to be kicked off the show so early but remained positive.
'At the end of the day, I've still got my successful business, I'm still gonna be a success, and it's gonna be Lord Sugar that regrets it,' he said.