The Block Australia 2022’s Omar Slaimankhel and Ozman “Oz” Malik reportedly had numerous tradespeople quit on them due to private arguments not seen on TV.

The boys have already been in major strife over the past week, thanks to their “dodgy” behaviour and the controversial “piano-gate“.

As reported in episode 215 of the So Dramatic! podcast, there’s even more dirt that we didn’t get to see on-screen.

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The Block 2022’s Omar Slaimankhel and Oz Malik had numerous private arguments with their tradespeople. Source: Nine.

The House Five Blockheads were the first 2022 contestants to have tradies quit and walk off the construction site, never to return.

But unlike 2022’s “villains” Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra, the boys made sure the cameras didn’t catch any arguments they had with their trades team.

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The boys have gotten into trouble for their “dodgy” behaviour and the controversial “piano-gate”. Source: Nine.

An on-set source revealed that Omar and Oz sorted all their arguments out off-site, down the road where there weren’t any cameras. Sneaky or smart? We can’t decide.

“They kept everything like that off-site and would have meetings in private and not on camera so they wouldn’t look bad, which is also against the rules,” the insider said.

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The ongoing conflicts reportedly caused many of their builders to quit.

Sound familiar? Our spy revealed that Ankur and Sharon were too “focused on building their house” and let the camera see their tradies’ spats.

Meanwhile, Omar and Oz considered how the arguments would come across on TV.

It sounds like it has come back to bite them now!

Want even more goss? Listen to episode 215 of the So Dramatic! podcast with Megan Pustetto below! 

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