Last night, viewers saw Lord Sugar fire Solomon after he sent advisor Claude Littner into an angry frenzy over his business plan.
University student Solomon had reached the semi finals of The Apprentice - the interview stage - however he only produced a two-page document of words and pictures to detail his proposal.
After telling Solomon how well he had done with his CV, Claude suddenly did a total U-turn and ordered him out of the room when he came to his business plan.
However, speaking to The Sun today, Solomon insists that he doesn't want to work with Lord Sugar anyway. Sour grapes perhaps?
Solomon said: "Lord Sugar just wants somebody who is boring, who is going to do what he tells them to do and is not very risky.
"He wants to make money, But I want to make money having fun and having a personality. Lord Sugar doesn't have a personality, he's just very bland."
Last night, along with Solomon, Rosin Hogan and Daniel Lassman were also shown the door. Bianca Miller and Mark Wright will now go head-to-head in next week's final.
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