Maya Jama hits back at troll who accuses her of wearing ‘inappropriate’ outfits on TV

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Maya Jama has hit back a troll who accused her of wearing inappropriate outfits on TV.

The 26 year old, who is rumoured to be dating basketball star Ben Simmons, was promoting her new show with former footballer Peter Crouch, Crouchy's Year-Late Euros: Live, on BBC’s This Morning Live when a cruel Twitter user called her out for her clothing choices.

“I hope Maya wears appropriate clothing on this series. It’s not Pornhub,” the comment read from a user named “Daz”. Hitting back, Maya shut down the troll in the best way possible and replied: “Lol not sure what porn you’re watching Daz.”

It comes after she was previously forced to defend herself after she was criticised for her “revealing” outfit on Peter Crouch’s Save Our Summer.

Taking to Twitter, Maya blasted those who were “uncomfortable” with her look after one viewer moaned she had “everything hanging out”.

“Appreciate your concern,” she wrote. “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 continued: “We’re all fighting for equality and similar treatment to our male counterparts.

"Don’t let the side down by hyper sexualising my body.”

Maya also recently slammed trolls who complained about her cleavage in an exclusive chat with OK! as she admitted she’s happy with her body and never wants to be a size 0.

“That was all a bit wild. If you have a problem with seeing a tiny bit of cleavage on a show then you must be so stressed out when you go to the beach or to a pool,” she told us.

“It’s everywhere and it’s a normal human body part. I don’t get why it gets people so frustrated. Hopefully people will get over that!”

Opening up about her body image, she said: “My weight has always been up and down. Being on a public platform, people just love to comment on it. My ideal body type has never been size 0.

“Everyone just puts their opinions on you, but I’m actually happy how I am. I don’t need people’s opinions. I’m happier how I am now – I’m accepting myself how I am.”

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