TV and Showbiz / 16-01-2020

'I want to marry her, I want to have her children': Stormzy says he loves Maya Jama 'wholeheartedly'

Stormzy has declared that he still loves Maya Jama 'wholeheartedly' and wants to marry and have children with his ex-girlfriend in the future. 

The rapper, 26, and the TV and radio presenter, 25, split in August 2019 after four years together, but he admitted he has 'never loved anyone how I've loved her' in a new YouTube interview with Charlamagne tha God.

'She's a f***ing G, bro,' the grime star said of his ex. 'I love her wholeheartedly. I've never loved anyone how I've loved her.'  

'I want to marry her, I want to have her children': Stormzy says he loves Maya Jama 'wholeheartedly'

Reconciliation? Stormzy has declared that he still loves Maya Jama 'wholeheartedly' and wants to marry and have children with his ex-girlfriend in the future (pictured in June 2018) 

The radio host asked if he thought the pair could ever reconcile, to which he responded: 'I would love for that to happen but I don't know... 

'I would love to be the man who she needs, I would love to do all the things that make this work. I want to marry her, I want to have her children.'  

'I was pacing around my kitchen, I was pacing up and down for days thinking... f**** sake bruv... this one reckless night. You... all of those things brother; marriage, kids, the love of my life. 

'You have put all of those things at [risk], and now look you probably won't ever... you've lost that. You know what I mean? You've lost that.' 

Still in love: The rapper, 26, and the TV and radio presenter, 25, split in August 2019 after four years together, but he admitted he has 'never loved anyone how I've loved her'

Opening up: The Grime star made his feelings clear in a new 90-minute YouTube interview with Charlamagne tha God 

Stormzy and Maya started dating in January 2015 after meeting the previous year.

The former couple split last summer, claiming they had parted ways to focus on their respective careers, with Maya moving out of the home they shared in south-west London. 

On his album track Lessons, Stormzy said the way he treated Maya was his 'biggest of regrets' and admitted he poured the greatest love he ever knew down the drain when they split.

Speaking on the BBC Radio 1Xtra Breakfast Show about the emotional break-up track, he said: 'That's something we shared and it's on a public forum, everything happened so publicly. 

In happier times: The former couple split last summer, claiming they had parted ways to focus on their respective careers (pictured in June 2018)

'It was a hot topic and I'm going on record now and I'm apologising. I'm trying to lay it all bare and be very truthful and be very clear in my truth. I'm not trying to shy away from it. 

'It was a public disrespect. It was a public disrespect that needed a public apology.'

He continued: 'That girl gave me the world. I will wholeheartedly say that's a phenomenal woman that loved man wholeheartedly and was man's everything.

'And I disrespected and was inconsiderate – a big disrespect. The least I can do is come out and say, come on.

'I will say it 100 per cent loud and clear that's a brilliant woman – we shared something very deep and she loved me wholeheartedly. And man went out and disrespected.' 

In Lessons, which features on Stormzy's new album, Heavy Is the Head, he referenced 'doing the dirt' and 'making 'coward moves.'    

This week, the musician continued to dismiss suggestions that he had cheated, saying: 'It wasn't cheating, I didn't cheat but it didn't need to be cheating to be disrespectful.'

Last month, the pair were said to be 'texting again' just hours after Stormzy issued an apology in his emotional track.  

A source told The Sun at the time: 'He knew that he would bring their relationship centre stage again by releasing a track about it, and he felt it was right to reach out.   

'Now they are getting on well again, and their close friends are hoping they might give their relationship another chance.

'It is crystal clear how much Stormzy regrets how he treated Maya and he knows he doesn't deserve a second chance.'  

'Peace': In Lessons, which features on Stormzy's new album, Heavy Is the Head, he referenced 'doing the dirt' and 'making 'coward moves' (pictured last month)



16-01-2020 13:03, source: dailymail, by James Foster
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