Maya Jama flashes her legs in skimpy shirt after hitting back at complaints over low cut dress

MAYA Jama revealed her amazing legs in a skimpy shirt today after hitting back at complaints over her low-cut dress earlier this monh.

The Save Our Summer presenter put on a leggy display during a visit to Television Studios in London – and looked fantastic once more.

Maya, 25, strutted out of the building in a white shirt and knee-high crocodile boots that she teamed with a black bag, and she flashed a huge smile at waiting paparazzi.

Her shirt dress featured a belt that accentuated her popular curves and she let her raven hair cascade in loose waves around her shoulders.

However, the bombshell kept her famous cleavage covered up after BBC viewers accused her of revealing 'too much' flesh on TV.

Maya called out one fan who moaned that she had "everything hanging out" on Peter Crouch's new BBC show, clapping back on Twitter: "If you're uncomfortable with my boobs that's on you."

Stormzy's ex found herself battling Twitter trolls after logging on to find vile comments about her dress on the new BBC One series.

When a viewer tweeted her to say they felt "awkward" watching her on screen, Maya replied: "I 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."

Another fan dared to call the star "ridiculously obese".

The former Radio 1 DJ replied: "Loool but Andy you look like you p*** ash, please focus on your own vitamin intake."

Maya said she wanted to call out disgusting comments from people on Twitter and said she finds herself laughing at the "mad" people who use the social media platform.

The Sun Online revealed last month that BBC bosses are desperate for Maya to appear on the next series of Strictly Come Dancing after missing out on actress Michelle Keegan.

A source said: “Maya ticks a lot of boxes for the show. She’s great fun, has a massive following, especially among young people and, of course, she can dance.

“A lot of those taking part juggle other work but for Maya combining Strictly with a weekend slot on the radio would have been impossible."

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