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Jordan Banjo has shared an uplifting snap of dance troupe Diversity, who are getting ready to go on their eagerly-awaited tour next year.
Laughing in the sun with their hands punching the air triumphantly the talented troupe can be see outside Dancework Studio in Essex with founder Ashley proudly clutching his recently awarded BAFTA.
Kiss FM DJ Jordan, who recently appeared in the Masked Dancer captioned the post: "Gang Business" followed by a 100 emoji.
Unfortunately, the post comes amid a media storm in which the dance troupe have been attacked by trolls after the group scooped a BAFTA TV Award in May.
Diversity founder Ashley Banjo and his team were awarded the Virgin TV’s Must-See Moment award for their incredible performance on Britain’s Got Talent last year that was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and global protests in response to the death of American citizen George Floyd at the hands of police.
However the talented dancers have been attacked by online trolls who object to the routine winning a prestigious award.
Diversity is going on tour next year despite the Bafta backlash
Ashley has since hit back, sharing a photo of his award alongside an empowered statement about the important conversation his routine has caused.
The 32-year-old said: "Wow… this is not just any Bafta it's the Must-See Moment, public vote Bafta.
Ashley Banjo hired security to protect wife and kids after BGT Diversity backlash
Ashley, standing alongside younger brother Jordan, 28, was emotional on the night as he thanked fans for their support after Diversity won for their moving dance routine.
Jordan accepted the Bafta for their BLM performance with older brother Ashley
The star of the dance group, took to the stage at the 2021 ceremony and told the audience: “This is so much more than just an award, thanks to everyone who voted for us, it means so much.
"Thanks to everyone who stood by us. Every phone call, text, comment, you guys made a difference to what was a really dark time, being in a storm of 30,000 complaints and a torrent of racially charged abuse. It was a dark time but that support made a difference."
Jordan and Kiss FM co-host Perri Kiely have opened up about the continuing backlash to their Britain's Got Talent performance.
Diversity stars Ashley and Jordan Banjo viciously trolled with more abuse after BAFTA win
The dance – which saw them taking the knee and showed a figure dressed as a police officer kneeling on Jordan's brother Ashley – sparked an instant reaction online.
While many praised their performance for shining a light on the death of George Floyd, others were left furious and complaints soon hit record levels.
Shell-shocked by the response, the duo resolved to address the controversy on air.
Jordan recently appeared on the Masked Dancer
However the pressure of the situation had clearly taken its toll, particularly on Jordan, who confessed: "I can't speak for anyone else but it's sad, it's sad, genuinely.
“I feel really anxious and worried saying something like Black Lives Matter when that's all we want …. love and positivity."
Diversity will be touring the UK next year from March 17 with five nights at the prestigious London Palladium.