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Levi Roots: I won’t leave my flat


ENTREPRENEUR LEVI Roots has allegedly refused to leave his south London council flat despite sitting on what is believed to be a multi-million pound empire.

The 50-year-old from Brixton, south London, who after 20 years, still lives in the two-bedroom flat where he developed his famous Reggae Reggae sauce is refusing to move on.

Levi, who moved into the property after serving a jail term for drug possession, said his residency there inspires the local kids.

He said: “There’s no way I can leave my roots. Kids run up to me. I inspire them to work and make their lives better.”

Levi, whose rent is reportedly £450 a month, has denied his Reggae Reggae sauce empire is worth £35 million.

Levi’s landlord, Meridian housing association, have declined to comment.

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