Known as the “Godmother of Stormzy,” Maya Jama has been the subject of countless articles, interviews, and rumors. She has been credited with helping Stormzy become a better artist. She has also worked as a model and appeared in shows such as A League of Their Own Road Trip and Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.
Stormzy’s relationship with Maya
During their four-year romance, Maya Jama and Stormzy reportedly kissed on at least one occasion. They were also spotted together at an awards show. It seems that the relationship ended on good terms. Nonetheless, it has been reported that they were still friends in 2019.
During the era of social media, they have been spotted attending events together. They were spotted at The Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall, The GQ Awards, the Brit Awards and Kendrick Lamar’s concert at The O2.
However, despite a recent rumor that Maya and Stormzy are back on, their team isn’t willing to confirm or deny the claims. In fact, the pair have remained adamant that they are simply “excellent friends”.
Despite the rumors, Stormzy recently re-followed Maya on Instagram. He hasn’t spoken about their relationship on the social media platform, but he did post a sweet photo of the couple.
At the same time, he admitted that he’s regretted his decision to end their relationship. He revealed that he’s written songs about the breakup and how it’s shaped him. He also said that he’s moved on from his past mistakes.
Her work on Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer
During the summer of 2017, television presenter Maya Jama co-hosted BBC One’s Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer with Alex Horne. She wore a plunging neckline crop top and trousers co-ord set with rope detailing. The outfit sparked social media buzz as many fans commented on the outfit’s fashion sense.
The outfit was a bit of a’meh’ for some, but others thought the outfit was a bit too revealing. Some viewers praised the fact that she was able to pull off a low-cut dress, while others felt uncomfortable because of the amount of fabric around her shoulders.
During her time on the show, she also gave blood to support the NHS’s blood donation campaign. She reportedly has a rare subtype of Ro blood, which means she has a strong resistance to blood clots.
The co-presenter also hosted a series of all-female interviews, which demonstrated her skills as a host. She interviewed Vanessa White, Vick Hope and Cherry Healey.
Her appearances on A League of Their Own Road Trip
During the summer of 2020, Maya Jama was rumored to be dating rapper Stormzy. This isn’t the first time the 26-year-old rapper has been linked with the young TV host. After a wild night at the Serpentine summer party, the pair ended up clambering into the back of a taxi. They later broke up.
Maya Indea Jama is a British actress and television presenter. Born in Bristol, England, she is of Swedish and East African ancestry. She has starred in several shows and has worked as an ambassador for brands like Savera and Aussie Hair. She has also volunteered for charity organizations she has appeared on several TV shows and has a 1.9 million Instagram followers.
As a child, Maya had a difficult childhood. Her parents separated when she was only twelve. She was kept away from her father until she was sixteen. When she reunited with her dad in 2017, she told reporters that she felt comfortable as a presenter.
Her modeling work
During the course of her career, Maya Jama has become a prominent figure on the modelling scene. She’s often cited as a source of fashion inspiration for British women. She has also become an ambassador for Australian haircare brand, Savera.
When she was a teenager, Jama moved from her family home in Bristol to London to follow her dreams. Initially, she planned to pursue a career as an actress, but eventually realized that she might be more comfortable as a television presenter.
During her time in London, Jama began to do some small jobs on TV. She has worked on various shows, including MTV Essentials, MTV News and MTV News America. She also hosted an episode of MTV’s The Wrap Up. She’s also co-presented Radio 1’s Fridays with Scott Mills and Chris Stark. She recently took over the role of co-host for the show’s Saturdays edition.
She has also presented on other TV channels, such as Channel 5 and ITV. In addition to her work as a model, Maya has modeled for brands such as Adidas and Maybelline.