Stormzy's girlfriend Maya Jama has revealed his two most annoying habits are that he snores loudly when he sleeps and is a ''duvet hog''.
Stormzy is annoying his girlfriend Maya Jama with his loud snoring.
The 23-year-old TV presenter has bemoaned that the 24-year-old grime rapper is interrupting her slumber with his nasal noise most nights.
Maya told BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw her boyfriend's most annoying habits ahead of his interview on the UK station on Monday morning (30.10.17), accusing him of being a ''duvet hog'' and a snoring sleeper.
But Stormzy isn't convinced he's a loud snorer and says he won't accept her moan until she can present him with evidence.
After being told what Maya thinks his worst habits are by Nick, 33, Stormzy said: ''You know what, I'm not convinced that I snore. This is how I see it, we go to bed, we wake up, she says, 'You were snoring.' Where's the evidence? You get what I mean? I just wake up to a new accusation or new charge of, 'Yes, you were snoring.' Maybe she was snoring, I don't know. I'm not buying it. Duvet hogging I'll take that because there's evidence.''
Stormzy and 'Cannonball' presenter Maya have been dating since 2015 and the 'Big for Your Boots' hitmaker recently admitted he is planning to make Maya his wife.
He said: ''I'm still so young but I want to propose, it's going to happen and I will do it right. She is so sick, she is the best.''
Despite their relationship garnering more and more attention from fans as the romance gets stronger, the pair are keen to keep things under wraps as Maya wants to keep the focus on their respective careers rather than their love life.
She said: ''I don't want there to be too much focus on our relationship instead of what I'm doing. We are together, he is doing amazing, and I am just coming up, so obviously there's interest in that. Yes, he is part of me, but I do stuff, too. We genuinely like each other. Everything is lovely at the moment. I am very happy.''
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