Plan B claims he’s too broke to buy his own place
Plan B has claimed that he’s too broke to buy a place of his own.
The 28-year-old, who was one of the standout performers at Radio 1’s Hackney Weekend, told The Sun that despite selling a million copies of 'The Defamation Of Strickland Banks,' he can only afford to move somewhere he doesn’t want to live.
“When I first started renting, this guy from Foxtons was walking me around these flats in Hackney going, ‘This is a really great two-bedroom place in a brilliant location’.
"I was like, ‘Are you being serious? This is an ex-council flat, mate – the people next door aren’t even paying rent. And you’re telling me I’d have to pay so much?’
“If I can’t afford to buy my own place, I can’t even think about how difficult it must be for other people.”
But the ‘She Said’ star, who recently released his directorial debut, iLL Manors, revealed that he has managed to pay off his mum’s mortgage:
“I wanted to make sure that my mum didn’t need to worry about her home any more.”
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