Maya Jama has stunned once again as she stepped out in an all-black ensemble for an evening in London.
The 25 year old, who has been turning heads with her latest fashion choices, took a break from filming her new show Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer to enjoy a well-deserved night out at Mayfair’s Sexy Fish restaurant with pals.
The presenter looked sensational as she wore a plunging black crop top with lace ties going down both sides and teamed the look with some matching black flared trousers, which highlighted her posterior.
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She completed the outfit by sporting a pair of black trainers with bright yellow shoe laces, which coincidentally matched with the bright tint of her phone case.
Maya, who recently fronted a body positive swimwear campaign for Adidas, styled her raven hair down into loose curls as she strutted her stuff down the street.
The TV personality rounded the look off with some neutral make up as she donned eyeliner and mascara alongside brown lipstick.
It comes as the TV personality recently hit back at a troll who criticised her for wearing a dress which they claimed was “inappropriate” during one of her appearances on her new show with Peter, 39.
The BBC Radio One star told the troll not to “hyper-sexualise” her body after the viewer moaned she had “everything hanging out”.
Maya wore a black, floral pattered dress with puff sleeve and a milkmaid-style neckline, which is currently in fashion.
She matched the bodycon dress with a pair of purple heeled boots as she hosted the show alongside Peter and Alex Horne, 41.
As she made the appearance on TV, the troll took to Twitter to complain about Maya’s outfit. They wrote: “We are about equality. So why is it ok to put a young girl on TV in the mist inappropriate dress ever?!
“She looks awkward, constantly shifting around. What she is saying is actually really good, so why make her sit there with everything hanging out?!”
After seeing the tweet, Maya couldn’t help but reply to the troll and hit back in the best way.
The stunning star wrote: “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. We’re all fighting for equality and similar treatment to our male counterparts. Dont let the side down by hyper sexualising my bod,” followed by a red heart emoji. [sic]