The British television and radio presenter, Maya Jama was born and raised in Bristol, England. The 23-year-old is currently working on ITV as a co-presenter of the British game show Cannonball along with host Ryan Hand. Maya and Ryan are the poolside reporters on the show while Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff is the main presenter.
Somali-Swedish descended is currently in a relationship with boyfriend Stormzy, whose real name is Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo, Jr. Maya's boyfriend Stormzy is a hip-hop artist whose debut album titled as Gang Signs & Prayer released on February 24, 2017.
To find out more about Maya's relationship with grime artist Stormzy, continue to read.
Maya Jama's relationship with Stormzy
It has been more than two years that the beautiful television personality began dating Stormzy. Initially, the couple had planned to keep their relationship private but after realizing that media will eventually find out, they made their relationship public in 2016.
The two had their first encounter at Red Bull Culture Clash, a global music event.
The two have made appearances at several events as a couple. Girlfriend Maya has been part of many of her boyfriend Stormzy's music video and inspiration for his songs. Stormys wrote the song Birthday Girl for Maya's 22nd birthday. She has appeared in his music video Big For Your Boots.
Watch the music video of Birthday Girl starring Maya Jama by Stormyz
For Stormyz, Maya is the most beautiful girl on earth and he is ready to take a big leap in their relationship.
And Maya Jama is still the most beautiful girl on planet earth
— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) June 24, 2017
Rapper told the Sunday Mirror,
"I’m still so young but I want to propose, it’s going to happen and I will do it right. She is so sick, she is the best."
Guess! We will soon be hearing the sweet sounds of their wedding bells.
Career of Maya Jama
Besides being recognized as the rapper Stormyz's girlfriend, Maya is renowned as a television presenter and is loved by many. Starting off her career as a teenager, Maya has come a long way and has established her own name in journalism. She began her career by presenting a weekly music video countdown show on JumpOff.TV.
In August 2014, she started hosting the show The Wrap Up which broadcasted on MTV. In addition to hosting music shows, she also presented sports news on TRACE Sports. She hosted the program titled after her name Maya's FIFA World Cup Cities, a travel documentary covering the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Maya has hosted the MOBO Awards on Channel 5 with Marvin Humes. Additionally, she has also made two documentaries Swipe Right For Sex and When Dads Kill till now.
??My first ever documentary will also be on Channel 5 on 31st August ?????? so excited for you guys to see !!! pic.twitter.com/oqxlv5M4Hm
— Maya Jama (@MayaJama) August 16, 2016