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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Stormzy and Maya Jama have reportedly split

    The couple are said to have ended their four-year romance earlier this month as they are both too busy with their respective careers, and the 25-year-old presenter has moved out of their London home


    A source told The Sun online: "Maya has moved out of their home in South West London.

    "The decision isn't one she has come to lightly, but ultimately the relationship has come to an end.

    "She wants to focus on her TV and radio career for now."

    The 'Big For Your Boots' hitmaker was noticeably absent from Maya's 25th birthday party at London's Night Tales bar on Sunday (18.08.19).

    The grime artist was not present at Maya's 25th birthday bash at Night Tales bar in Hackney, London on Sunday night.

    Maya recently spoke of how she and Stormzy, 26, previously tried to keep their relationship secret when they first started dating.

    She said: "After keeping things low key for so long, we ended up living together, being in the same places together. It was gonna come out, and it did. It is what it is."

    Last month, the former 'Circle' presenter slammed trolls who accused her of only being with the grime star for his money.

    She tweeted: "As women we are taught to be respectful quiet an humble n not brag an all this stuff. Humble is great but sometimes Il see a comment like "gold digger" an I wana scream I WILL BUY YOUR MUMS HOUSE NOW YOU LITTLE TWAT I HAVE MY OWN GOLD.

    "But I'm a Ladyyyyy so il just tweet n move on, might delete later x (sic)."

    Representatives for both Maya and Stormzy have yet to comment on the news.

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