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Maya Jama flaunts her busty assets for lingerie campaign

She has seen her star soar after her romance with Stormzy came to light in 2016.

And Maya Jama, 23, proved why she was one of Britain’s most striking new stars, as she sizzled in a smoking hot campaign for lingerie brand, Freya. 

The TV presenter, who showcased her busty cleavage and curves in a number of skimpy two-pieces, also dished the dirt on her romance with the rapper, 24 – confessing that she checked his phone in the early stages of their relationship. 

 

Wow: Maya Jama, 23, proved why she was one of Britain’s most striking new stars, as she sizzled in a smoking hot campaign for lingerie brand, Freya

Setting pulses racing in the photoshoot for Freya lingerie, Maya struck a number of flirty poses in her barely-there pieces. 

In one image, she sizzled in a skimpy red lace bra, which was paired with a trendy denim jacket draped casually off one shoulder. 

In another, she showed off her flair for fashion in a halterneck style monochrome lingerie as she pretended to be shocked by something on her phone.

In the final snap from the racy campaign, Maya teamed a classic black lingerie set with an eye-catching colourful coat as she longingly gazed into the distance. 

Sizzling: The TV presenter showcased her busty cleavage and curves in a number of skimpy two-pieces

Sizzling: The TV presenter showcased her busty cleavage and curves in a number of skimpy two-pieces

Sexy: Setting pulses racing in the photoshoot for Freya lingerie, Maya struck a number of flirty poses in her barely-there pieces

Sexy: Setting pulses racing in the photoshoot for Freya lingerie, Maya struck a number of flirty poses in her barely-there pieces

It isn’t difficult to see why the raven-haired beauty has caught the eye of Stormzy, and she was keen on admitting some home truths about their relationship for the When Life Gives You Melons podcast. 

As well as confessing she had been dating the star for a year before they went public, she also revealed she would browse through his phone in their early days.  

She explained: ‘In a new relationship, I would say have a little gander, because as much as it’s wrong, you’re finding a different side of the person you might not ever find otherwise.

‘Obviously you shouldn’t really, but if you have a feeling, do it, because how else are you going to know?’

In the limelight: She has seen her star soar after her romance with Stormzy came to light in 2016

In the limelight: She has seen her star soar after her romance with Stormzy came to light in 2016

'I would say have a little gander': Maya also revealed she would browse through Stormy's phone in the early days of their romance 

‘I would say have a little gander’: Maya also revealed she would browse through Stormy’s phone in the early days of their romance 

The natural beauty has been dating musician Stormzy for over a year – with the pair first choosing to keep their relationship private, before going public as an item in 2016.

Fans will have seen Maya in some of Stormzy’s music videos, as she makes an appearance in the video for his hit track Big For Your Boots.

And the besotted Shut Up rapper even admitted he was keen to marry the model in the future.

He told the Sunday Mirror earlier this month: ‘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.’

'She is so sick, she is the best': The besotted Shut Up rapper even admitted he was keen to marry the model in the future

‘She is so sick, she is the best’: The besotted Shut Up rapper even admitted he was keen to marry the model in the future

Coming clean: 4Music host Maya recently appeared on Loose Women to talk about her 5STAR documentary, titled When Dad Kills: Murdered in the Family - which explores how children are affected if they have a parent in jail

Coming clean: 4Music host Maya recently appeared on Loose Women to talk about her 5STAR documentary, titled When Dad Kills: Murdered in the Family – which explores how children are affected if they have a parent in jail

4Music host Maya recently appeared on Loose Women to talk about her 5STAR documentary, titled When Dad Kills: Murdered in the Family – which explores how children are affected if they have a parent in jail. 

Revealing her own experience, she said: ‘My dad has been in jail since I was three and I broke contact when I was 10.’

Maya, who is of Swedish and Somali descent, added that she was lucky because her dad’s sisters supported her, as did her step-dad – who her mother married when she was seven.

‘My earliest memory is around five when I was visiting him in prison. It was a bit weird, I had a super supportive family around me, I had a stepdad. I never really felt like I was missing out.’ 

'I never really felt like I was missing out': Maya, who is of Swedish and Somali descent, added that she was lucky because her dad's sisters supported her, as did her step-dad - who her mother married when she was seven

‘I never really felt like I was missing out’: Maya, who is of Swedish and Somali descent, added that she was lucky because her dad’s sisters supported her, as did her step-dad – who her mother married when she was seven

 

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