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Stormzy’s girlfriend has admitted she would let him sleep with Beyonce – but only if she could be involved in the action, too. Maya Jama would allow her boyfriend to get jiggy with it with the superstar singer, but she would want to “have fun” with the 36-year-old star as well. The revelation came while Maya was speaking to Montana Brown on her podcast When Life Gives You Melons.
Stormzy penned the love track in honour of Maya, who turned 22 earlier this month. Speaking about their relationship to Yahoo! Celeb, Maya - whose forthcoming documentary, Swipe Right For Sex, will air on Channel 5 on August 31 - said: ‘It’s so funny, before it would be like, ‘We’re not going to talk about us’, but now he’s written a song, we have to talk about it! It was a birthday prez. Stormzy - whose real name is Michael Omari - played the Virgin Media Main stage at V Festival last weekend and is widely credited as one of the artists bringing Grime music into the charts.