Maya Jama showed her followers on Instagram on Monday in an old photo of her grandmother how strong her family’s genes are.
The TV host, 27, shared a black-and-white family photo with her Nanon.
She wrote with a throwback snap:’I had to move this. Looks like my Nan properly. ”
Look-alike: Maya Jama shared a photo of Nan’s retrospective similar to her while writing a note about the story of a relative immigrant from Somalia.
She also shared an excerpt of their immigrant story from Somalia along with a photo.
Maya writes: “Real g moved from Somalia, built their own lives, started working, started a family and bought a house.
“There is no doubt that they were one of the first Somali families in Bristol.”
Family: She also shared the story of immigrants with photos. Maya writes: “Real g who emigrated from Somalia, built their own lives, started working, started a family, bought a house”
In the next photo of her story, she shared her sweet photos of her childhood with her grandmother, further emphasizing their similarities.
Maya’s grandfather died in July 2020, and the star shared his snap with him after his death.
Star’s estranged father, Hussein, had previously opened up how getting in and out of jail had a negative impact on his relationship with his daughter.
Maya has been open in the past about her father being two years old in and out of jail and his younger brother Omar being a baby.
Sweet: In the next photo of her story, she shared her sweet photos of her childhood with her grandmother, further emphasizing their similarities.
In an interview with SunHussein revealed how his stint in prison forced Maya’s mother Saddam to continue her words to leave him if he wasn’t in trouble-he’s famous for him. My daughter Maya, 26, says she cut him off.
Hussein told the publication: She said, “Dad, I don’t want to talk to you.” I was a teenager and wanted it to go through.
Barworker Hussein told Sun that he was imprisoned for various crimes when his daughter grew up in Bristol, and had an emotional reunion with her in the 2017 Channel 5 documentary When Dads Kill.
Hussein said he was angry with the show’s title because he had never killed anyone, but he still hoped to improve his relationship with his successful daughter as a broadcaster. ..
Broken Heart: Maya’s grandfather died in July 2020, and the star shared his snap with him after his death.
“I was faithful to my words and didn’t get into trouble, but I haven’t talked to her since then,” he said. “I tried to contact Maya, but I just want to get in touch because my life is too short. I took her to a meal and crossed my side and I didn’t mean to hurt her I would like to explain.
He added:’It hurts. I always give my son my number and say, “Tell your sister that I’m thinking of her.” I send Maya text messages for Christmas and her birthday … but I’ve come to accept that she has her life, and I don’t fit it now .. I hope it will happen someday. “
MailOnline has asked Maya Jama representatives for comment.
The post will be made after Maya is announced to be the presenter of Simon Cowell’s new show “Walk the Line”.
Proud Parents: In 2018, Maya tweeted a snapshot of her mother Saddam and her father Hussein.
Praising Gig as a “childhood dream,” Maya said: “This was my childhood dream.
“I remember seeing a show created by Simon when I was young and being given the opportunity to host it myself … it was definitely the moment to pinch me.”
She went on:’I’m itchy to tell everyone about it – expect some first-class entertainment and a truly incredible singing talent.
“I hope Walk the Line will be as enjoyable as we are making, unlike what I have been working on.”
Candid: Star’s estranged father, Hussein, previously opened on how getting in and out of jail had a negative impact on his relationship with Maya (pictured in May 2021).
Maya Jama shares an old snap of her look-alike grandmother
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