In a bid to secure sales, Kayode and his team went to speak to several business owners about potentially renovating their gardens on The Apprentice.
However, to try and make himself stand out, Kayode wore a hat resembling a Daffodil, with his face the centre of the flower.
Although he was dressed in a suit, Kayode hoped to get the business owners on side by making a light hearted joke of the costume.
Viewers were distracted by the questionable fashion choice and took to social media to voice their options on Kayode’s new look on the BBC series.
One viewer, confused by Kayode’s appearance, queried: “I’m still stuck as to why is he wearing that f*****g thing on his head!#TheApprentice.”
Another questioned: “Why does Kayode look like he’s on his way to a Welsh rugby game #TheApprentice,” in relation to the nation’s iconic flower.
“Was dressing up as a flower a requirement or did both teams have the same weird dream? #TheApprentice,” a third commented.
Whilst a fourth remarked: “Only @KayodeKoD could rock a sunflower hat and make it look cool, love it #theapprentice,” offering support to the contestants hat.
More fans issued their praise for Kayode, with one writing: “TheApprentice Kayode is the cutest flower.”
A sixth declared: “Loving the flower head dress Kayode! #theapprentice”.
Continuing the support, another commented: “The sunflower hat with a full suit is a great look #TheApprentice.”
An eighth viewer wrote: “I’m loving Kayode with a daffodil head. #theapprentice,” praising the candidates style.
However, fans still questioned why Kayode was wearing the hat: “Sunflower hats? Is this Cbeebies? #TheApprentice.”
One viewer did have to correct the candidate however, as Kayode referred to himself as a sunflower when pitching to business owners.
“What a man Kayode is. Called a daffodil a sunflower hahaha #TheApprentice,” the viewer joked.
Kayode and the rest of his team were in the firing line as their urban gardening skills didn’t pay off, losing out to the other team who generated a greater profit.
The candidate was brought back to the boardroom as project manager Tom believed Kayode contributed to the failure of the task.
Lord Alan Sugar appreciated Kayode had performed well in the competition, however, his efforts put him in danger.
Speaking of his exit, Kayode said: “You live, you learn, you live again, so I will be back. At some point, he will see me again.”
The Apprentice continues Wednesday at 9pm on BBC One.