Maya Jama has the perfect response to troll who slammed her for smoking

MAYA Jama has shared her hilarious response to a troll who slammed her for smoking on a night out in London.

The radio presenter was forced to hit back at the "cheeky" man that slid into her DMs – who later took to Twitter to share their snappy exchange.


Maya, 27, responded to fans who were furiously sharing the exchange around their social media pages after it went viral on Twitter.

Almost 250,000 people have since liked the post of the direct messages shared to meme page 'The Archbishop of Banterbury'.

The messages saw the troll respond to a video of the TV presenter smoking from a long pipe while she enjoyed a night out.

"Damn I knew you were too good to be true," the man messaged Maya, who immediately clapped back that he "wouldn't have a chance" with her.

"It's shisha but even if I smoked crack you wouldn't have a chance," the BBC Three presenter hilariously hit back in two blunt messages.

Maya went on to explain on her stories: "Bare of you have tagged me in this, for context he was being cheeky before this message."

It comes days after Maya was confirmed as the host of new Simon Cowell show Walk The Line, coming to screen this Autumn.

A show insider said: “Maya is undoubtedly one of the most exciting new faces on British television right now. Everybody is chuffed to have her on board to present Walk The Line.

“Maya and Simon already have a great rapport so it’s a no-brainer to have her joining the show.

“It’s a new format so it’s a perfect hire, as Maya brings something fresh and exciting. It really seems like the perfect fit.

“Simon has made it clear to everyone that this show is something completely different, so it makes total sense to bring in a new talent line-up to join him on the series.”

Maya and Simon cosied up for a selfie after the announcement was made, sharing a beaming snap with the music mogul himself.

The 61-year-old is famed for his moody put-downs and serious nature, and looked uncharacteristic as he squinted his eyes and bared his teeth.

"From watching talent shows made by this man growing up to hosting one myself on big bloody ITV is honestly a dream," Maya captioned the post.

"I don’t wanna get all deep on here but the journey has been a mad one & I am so so grateful for the opportunity and excited for this next chapter."

Maya's decision to quit Radio 1 in May last year to concentrate on TV projects has certainly paid off, especially as she also took over from Stacey Dooley as host of BBC3 make-up series Glow Up.

Simon will be taking on his familiar role as judge in Walk The Line, which will see musical acts take the stage in a bid to win a £500,000 top prize.
Big money jackpot

The twist in the series sees the top two performers from each episode decide whether to go home and settle for a cash prize or walk the line and play on in a bid to win the big money jackpot.

Should they choose to stay in the competition, they’ll progress to the next show, taking on a new set of performers.

The cash-out prize grows every night, meaning the risk of staying in the competition increases.


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