Maya Jama displays her curves in a skintight black bodysuit as she makes cocktails in lockdown before returning to her Radio 1 day job
The world may well be in lockdown, but Maya Jama still took the opportunity to show off her curves as she relaxed at home on Thursday evening.
The presenter is adhering to strict social distancing guidelines in the fight against the novel coronavirus COIVD-19 by remaining behind closed doors for the foreseeable future.
And as the country gears up for a seventh week of restrictive lockdown laws, Maya, 25, kept her Instagram followers entertained by pulling on a skintight bodysuit.
Looking good: The world may well be in lockdown, but Maya Jama still took the opportunity to show off her curves as she relaxed at home on Thursday evening.
Partially exposing her cleavage, the outfit ensured Maya caught the eye after taking part in a virtual chat with British GQ, during which she was given an education in making cocktails.
Posing for the snaps while raising a glass in her kitchen, she wrote: ‘Basically a bartender now, gassed cause I learnt how to make tequila sunrise on @britishgq Instagram live tonight big up all you cute sh*ts that tuned in.’ [sic]
On a busy night the presenter also joined Clara Amfo for dating app Bumble’s Virtual Dating Dial In on Instagram Live.
Don’t mind me: As the country gears up for a seventh week of restrictive lockdown laws, Maya, 25, kept her Instagram followers entertained by pulling on a skintight bodysuit
Reflecting her relationship status, Maya who split with grime star Stormzy in 2019, admitted she is dating again but is always the first one to make the first move, and always goes in for the kiss first.
She also admitted to using voice calling to get to know her matches better during lockdown, and confessed she was not good at texting so video and voice calls mean she can get to know her matches better.
Maya later revealed she would be returning to work for her regular Radio 1 slot from the following morning, telling fans: ‘I am back on radio tomorrow for the whole weekend – Friday, Saturday AND Sunday.’
Good news: Maya later revealed she would be returning to work for her regular Radio 1 slot from the following morning
Cheers! Maya wore her catsuit while taking part in a virtual chat with British GQ
The posts come after Maya discussed the contrast of starting a career in the limelight at MTV while living with a family member ‘that was on crack and heroin’.
The presenter, who was born and raised in Bristol, did not name the family member she was referring to, however she has spoken in the past about her father’s run-ins with the law.
Speaking to Rollacoaster magazine, Maya said: ‘I was super over the moon and overwhelmed, but, at the same time, [I was] living with one of my family members that was on crack and heroin.’
The broadcaster added it was only when she looked back on the duality of this period that she realised how strange it was.
She said: ‘It was…very weird. When you’re in situations like that, it doesn’t feel that strange; it only feels strange when you’re out of them, and you look back and you’re like: “That was nuts. How the hell was that going on?”‘
Maya has discussed her father’s brushes with the law in the past, saying he was in and out of prison numerous times during her childhood for several offences.
She used her experiences with her father when she made the Channel 5 documentary When Dad Kills, which explored how children cope when they have a parent in prison.