Maya Jama has rightly stood up for herself and is going to continue wearing the sexy clothes she enjoys despite the backlash she has been receiving from trolls.
The 26-year-old, who used to date rapper Stormzy and is now co-presenting BBC One's Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer, often wears revealing and empowering outfits and is met with a lot of backlash because of her outfits.
However, the TV minx has said she "can't bloody wait" to get back into her racy outfits.
During a chat with The Sun, Maya recalled how she has planned an array of outfits and will continue to wear sexy looks.
When asked about returning to racy outfits, she replied: "I can’t bloody wait.
"I’ve already planned my outfits for the first day of release like I’ve been in jail.
"I’m going to wear what I want, as usual, and that’s how I’m going to stay. To be honest, I’ve always dressed this way.
"It only became a topic recently, so I’m just going to continue. And that’s that."
It comes after TV viewers complained the star was showing "too much" of her cleavage.
In June 2020 Maya responded to trolls after she wore a busty floral dress to present with Peter Crouch.
After a blogger made a comment about feeling "awkward" for seeing the star's cleavage, Maya hit back: "I appreciate your concern. I am able and allowed to dress how I please.
“If you feel uncomfortable by my boobs sitting in my dress that's on you sis."
She added: "We're all fighting for equality and similar treatment to our male counterparts. Don't let the side down by hyper sexualising my bod.
"If you're uncomfortable with my boobs that's on you."
It comes after Maya was slammed for a "disrespectful" video she made outside the Palace in a moving vehicle following Prince Philip's death at 99.
At which point the Glow Up presenter said: "The Palace, oh my god yes, it's kicking off, yes f**k."
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Speaking to her driver she added: "Prince Philip died did you hear?"
After watching the video, fuming fans took to Twitter to slam the TV star for not being "respectful".
Some fans went as far to call for the star to lose her job.
One Tweet read: "This is disrespectful, she should lose her job.
"She has been in trouble for saying vile things before:Maya Jama drives past Buckingham Palace after Prince Philip's death & says 'The Palace, oh my god yes, it's kicking off, yes, f**k'."
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