The Block 2022: Scott Cam will disqualify a team in the “explosive” episode

The Block 2022: Scott Cam will disqualify a team in the “explosive” episode

The Block Team Is DISQUALIFIED By An Angry Scott Cam In ‘Explosive’ New Trailer: ‘You Can’t Expect Me To Leave’

Scott Cam will put his boot down on Sunday and disqualify a pair from The Block.

In a trailer released on Friday, the five teams stand in front of the show’s 59-year-old host as the room results are viewed and he gives one of them a dressing.

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

Scott Cam will put his boot down on Sunday and disqualify a pair from The Block

Scott then asks “anyone here who thinks I’m unfair” to raise their hands.

The camera cuts to all the participants standing in a line without their hands raised, before returning to Scott as he salutes the “unanimous decision.”

It comes after The Block was criticized for its “hypocritical” message condemning online bullying after several contestants were trolled for their “villain changes”.

In a trailer released on Friday, the five teams stand in front of the show's 59-year-old host as the room results are viewed and he gives one of them a dressing

In a trailer released on Friday, the five teams stand in front of the show’s 59-year-old host as the room results are viewed and he gives one of them a dressing

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 have to support each other,” it said.

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

Although it's unclear which team he's speaking with, Scott says,

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

It concluded: “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 season’s main antagonists.

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

Scott then asks

Scott then asks “anyone here who thinks I’m unfair” to raise their hands. The camera cuts to all the participants standing in a line without their hands raised (pictured) before returning to Scott as he salutes the “unanimous decision”.

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

Some fans even accused Scott of being a “bully,” citing the tough love he pursues with The Block contestants.

Sharon, who competes on the show with her husband Ankur, had previously publicly shared two obnoxious, racist messages she received from viewers.

It comes after The Block was criticized for its

It comes after The Block was criticized for its “hypocritical” message condemning online bullying after several contestants were trolled for their “villain changes”.