Levixone Lala Lucas is turning the replay of his life as he remembers the hustle he had to go through before he made it in life.

Levixone is a popular figure among the people of Kosovo – a slum on the outskirts of Kampala – for his humanitarian works in the area he once called home.

Every Christmas, he visits the slums and shares meals and a few gifts with the less fortunate residents. That has earned him so much respect from them.

Levixone during his ‘Feeding Kosovo’ work

He refuses to forget his roots and he is not afraid to show it despite the social status he has achieved in the past years he has been doing music.

The Turn The Replay singer shared a video of himself eating ‘kikomando’ in a polythene bag. Kikomando is a local meal of chapati mixed with beans.

It is very popular among the lower class of people for its affordability but it has also found its way in expensive hotels for its popularity.

Watch the video below;

We already know the questions running through your minds. “Is he broke now?” Well, he isn’t. His music is doing quite fine and he had the most successful concert last year.

It’s just Levixone being Levixone!

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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