Youtube star KSI returned to his roots after visiting his former school for a Q&A with students.

Olajide Olatunji, better known as the Youtuber-turned music star KSI, visited Reddiford School in Pinner on July 7.

The social media personality built up his career from his bedroom in Watford uploading YouTube videos which received millions of views.

He now has more than 30 million subscribers across his channels and aside from his stardom on YouTube, he has also ventured into boxing. 

The visit to his former school was ahead of his second album release, All Over The Place, which is released on July 16.

After receiving a rapturous welcome from pupils, KSI had the opportunity to sit down with Year 4 pupils for a question and answer session about his music, career and his time as a pupil at Reddiford School.

Mrs Batt, head teacher, said: "The pupils and staff had a wonderful time meeting such a famous alumni! He was charming and inspirational and the pupils thoroughly enjoyed his visit."

In a former BBC radio interview, host Chris Stark dug up KSI's old school report.

His old history teacher during 2001 wrote in the school report: "He wants to please - he needs to slow down and look at his work in more depth."