Maya Jama raps about Zoom sex in lockdown in first look at Don't Hate The Playaz series three

MAYA Jama raps about Zoom sex in lockdown in the first look at Don’t Hate The Playaz' third series.

The telly presenter, 26, makes a series of cheeky references during a freestyle rap on the ITV hip-hop comedy quiz show, which is hosted by Jordan Stephens.

In our exclusive clip, the Bristol beauty proudly opened up about how she managed to keep her sex life alive despite Covid-19 restrictions.

As she took to the stage, Maya looked absolutely stunning in some black and white flared trousers, a white crop top and her hair styled into some gorgeous loose curls.

She began to rap: "Sittin' in my yard all day, how do I keep boredom away? Baking bread, nah I don't do that, do I look like Mary Berry to you Kat?

"I'll come smash up all your spice racks, won't get none of your spices back and don't even say gardening hun, I got 99 problems but the bush ain't one…"

Lucky for the advances in technology, Maya was able to use her phone to make sure she could get down and dirty.

She added: "The governments been tellin' me, I'm at home trying havin' a wee, I'm looking at you through a screen. Zoom calls, what an L, I want to touch his…

"Now I need to lie down in bed, I hate lockdown right now, I hate lockdown right now, I hate lockdown right now!"

The rest of the cast applauded the presenter for her honest rendition and even left Rizzle Kicks star Jordan in stitches.



Although Maya didn't make it clear who she was having her steamy late night Zoom calls with after being linked to the likes of Wes Nelson, Drake and boxer Antony Joshua.

Series three will also see Maya's fellow team captain, Celebrity Masterchef star Lady Leshur, show off her impressive rapping skills.

The likes of Professor Green, Yung Filly & Chunkz, Katherine Ryan, Judi Love, Big Narstie, Munya Chawawa, MNEK, Mutya Buena are Wes Nelson are set to appear on the latest series.

Not only that, but Dizzee Rascal, Ms Banks and Big Zuu will also be performing on the Don't Hate The Playaz stage.


Last year the cast made TV history when their teams made up the first all-black and all-female panel on British TV.

The team captains were joined by singer Sabrina Washington, comedian London Hughes, rapper Ms Banks and comedian Sophie Duker.

The ITV Hip Hop quiz show isn't the only TV show that Maya has been kept herself busy with over 2020, as she co-hosted Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.

The star caused controversy with her choice of outfits on the chat show as she opted for a range of low cut tops.

She recently defended her fashion choices and insisted that people are only “insulted” by her outfits now as she has a “fuller figure”.

Maya told The Mail: “I've always worn the same thing but when I was slimmer nobody commented on it and as soon as you have got a fuller figure people are shocked and insulted by your body, so I found it ridiculous.

“'I've been wearing the same outfits, the same cut tops, my entire career and there was never really that many comments on it until I started putting on a bit of weight.”

She also recently filmed the Halloween Celebrity Juice special dressed up as Jessica Rabbit.

Don't Hate The Playaz starts tomorrow at 10pm on ITV2

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