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​Stormzy Opens Up On Painful Split From Maya Jama In Heartbreaking New Single

​Stormzy Opens Up On Painful Split From Maya Jama In Heartbreaking New Single

The 26-year-old rapper gets candid about his relationship in his new song 'Lessons'.

Lauren Bell

Lauren Bell

Stormzy has appeared to open up about his relationship with Maya Jama in his new album, with heartbreaking lyrics that allude to cheating.

The track in question, Lessons, which is his new single, has cryptic lyrics including: "I done the dirt and then I figured that you'll dig it out.

"But that's a coward move, I guess you got me figured out".

It goes on to even mention the TV presenter by name with lyrics: "Fast forward now, my nephew's still asking for his Auntie Maya.

"Guess this is the karma for what I done to Maya."

Stormzy and Maya broke up back in August (

The track, written by the 26-year-old rapper certainly more than hints at the fact he cheated on 25-year-old Maya but it is yet to be confirmed.

The pair split back in August after four years together, after rumours swirled Stormzy had cheated with Jorja Smith, but both stars quashed the claims.

Stormzy's rep told the Metro at the time: "I can confirm any accusations or reports surrounding Stormzy's infidelity to Maya are categorically not true."

Until now, the rapper has not spoken publicly about the split, but according to sources, he felt his album was the right place to do so.

Stormzy opens up about Maya in his new single 'Lessons' (

A source told The Sun: "Stormzy's never spoken out about his split from Maya but it really hit him hard.

"They were very close and lived together, there was so much history. Lessons is a heartfelt song and a real highlight of the album - he had to get it on there."

However, Maya opened up back in October to The Evening Standard saying how hard it was to break up with someone in the limelight as people see it as "entertainment".

The rapper has not spoken publicly about the split until now (

She said: "I used to read magazines when I was little and see all these Hollywood people break up and they didn't feel like real people."

"And then when you're in that position, you're like, 'Oh s***, it's very real.'"

Tyla has contacted Stormzy's rep for comment.

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