Maya Jama says she is ‘saddened’ by Prince Philip’s death despite sworn clip near palace

The TV star made a 'spontaneous remark' about her story

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Maya Jama says she is “saddened” by Prince Philip’s death after fans criticized her for posting a “disrespectful” video outside Buckingham Palace on Friday.
The 26-year-old TV presenter sparked outrage when she posted a clip of herself on Instagram as she walked past the iconic landmark, just moments after the news broke by the royal family, where she could be heard saying: my god yes it starts, yes damn. ”

She then asked her driver, “Prince Philip is dead, did you hear? ”

Maya fans were dismayed by the video, and many took to Twitter to criticize the star, but her rep confirmed to The Sun that it was only a “spontaneous remark” as she commented. the amount of press circulating. the gates of the palace.

Maya Jama says she is ‘saddened’ by the death of Prince Philip
(Image: mayajama / Instagram)

They said “no disrespect was ever intended,” adding: “It goes without saying that with the rest of the country, Maya was deeply saddened to learn of Prince Philip’s passing.

“His previous video drew a spontaneous remark about the number of newspapers outside Buckingham Palace and in no way reflected his feelings about it.

“Understandably, she’s disappointed that this was taken out of context because no disrespect was ever wanted. “

The TV star made a ‘spontaneous remark’ about her story
(Image: Instagram)
She filmed herself walking past the palace on Friday
She filmed herself walking past the palace on Friday
(Image: Instagram)

It comes after her followers slammed her on Twitter on Friday after making her remark.

» @MayaJama show respect, ”one person wrote.

Another person commented, “Learn some Maya ways. “

The Duke of Edinburgh passed away yesterday
The Duke of Edinburgh passed away yesterday
(Image: Getty Images)

And a third added: “Complete and absolute gobs *** e. This man served in World War II and received mention in dispatches. Regardless of anyone’s opinion of the Royals, show respect. “

The Mirror has reached out to Maya’s rep for comment.

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