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Stormzy infidelity rumours untrue, says rep

SPLIT: Maya Jama and Stormzy

A REPRESENTATIVE for Stormzy has denied reports that the grime artist cheated on TV presenter Maya Jama after it was announced that the pair split up after four years together.

Speculation over the status of the young stars’ relationship heightened after The Sun published a story saying that Stormzy and Jama were no longer together.

The news sent fans into a frenzy, with some saying that they had “given up on love” as a result, and fuelled rumours over the cause of the breakdown of the relationship.

One rumour that particularly gained traction was that Stormzy, 26, had cheated on Jama, 25, with singer Jorja Smith.

Stormzy and Smith have previously worked together on the 22-year-old’s track Let Me Down.

Smith has been in a relationship with singer-songwriter Joel Compass since 2017.

Yesterday a representative for both Stormzy and Smith denied that Stormzy had been unfaithful.

The representative told Metro: "I can confirm any accusations or reports surrounding Stormzy’s infidelity to Maya are categorically not true."

Fans were hoping that the news about the end of Jama and Stormzy’s relationship was false but a representative for the TV and radio personality confirmed that the reports of their breakup were true.

“Yes, I can confirm the relationship has ended and Maya has separated from Stormzy,” Metro reported the representative said.

The news of the couple’s split has come as a shock to fans, especially as Jama recently celebrated her 25th birthday with a huge bash in Hackney, which Stormzy attended.

The Vossi Bop MC was also spotted leaving restaurant Sexy Fish with Jama days earlier.

The pair met in 2014 at the Red Bull Culture Clash.

Last year they appeared in British Vogue together. The magazine’s website also covered Jama’s recent birthday party, but did not feature pictures of the two together.

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