The Block 2022: Scott Cam Disqualifies One Team In ‘Explosive’ Episode

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The Block team is DISQUALIFIED by a furious Scott Cam in ‘explosive’ new trailer: ‘You can’t expect me to let that slide’

Scott Cam puts down his shoe and disqualifies a couple from The Block on Sunday.

In a trailer released Friday, the five teams face the show’s host, 59, as the scores are shown in the room and he gives one of them a dressing.

While it’s unclear which team he’s speaking to, Scott says, “You can’t expect me to let that go. Regardless of whether you win tonight, I will disqualify you.’

Scott then asks ‘anyone here who thinks I’m dishonest’ to raise their hands.

The camera cuts to all participants lining up without raising their hands, before returning to Scott who greets the “unanimous decision.”

It comes after The Block was criticized for its “hypocritical” message condemning online bullying, after several participants were trolled as a result of their “rogue operations.”

In a trailer released Friday, the five teams face the show's host, 59, as the room's scores are shown and he gives one of them a costume party.

In a trailer released Friday, the five teams face the show’s host, 59, as the room’s scores are shown and he gives one of them a costume party.

A post on the Channel Nine renovation show’s official Instagram account urged viewers to refrain from “personal attacks” on the contestants.

“We are all part of The Block family and we need to support each other,” it read.

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“Comments are welcome, but personal attacks, negativity, racist abuse and trolling will not be tolerated.”

While it's unclear which team he's speaking to, Scott says,

While it’s unclear which team he’s speaking to, Scott says, “You can’t expect me to let that go. No matter if you win tonight, I’ll disqualify you’

They ended with, “Report abusive, harmful, or racist content using the platform’s support tools.”

The statement was likely in response to the racist abuse of Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra, who have emerged as the main opponents of the season.

While comments on the Instagram post were disabled and the producers may have had good intentions, some viewers took to Twitter to accuse Nine of “inciting” the same hatred it condemns by editing certain contestants to look like “rogues.” .

“I’m afraid your show, producers, judges, even Scotty [Cam, the host] unfortunately many of these are evoking responses,” one person tweeted.

Some fans even accused Scott Cam of being a “bully,” referring to the hard-hitting love affair he takes with The Block contestants.

Sharon, who joins the show with her husband Ankur, publicly shared two despicable and hateful messages she had received from viewers.

It comes after The Block was criticized for its 'hypocritical' message condemning online bullying, after several participants were trolled for their 'rogue operations'

It comes after The Block was criticized for its ‘hypocritical’ message condemning online bullying, after several participants were trolled for their ‘rogue operations’

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