Terrence Jenkins (born April 21, 1982), better known as Terrence J, is an American actor and television personality and model best known as the host of BET's popular music video countdown show 106 & Park from 2006 until 2012. During this time, Terrence worked at WRSV Soul 92.1 as a DJ until he graduated from high school.
He spent his college years at North Carolina A&T State University; he also lived in Greensboro.
He continued to diss her, until she finally left off the stage during the 2nd video on the countdown and refused to close out the show. I’m still trippin on his “Why don’t you have a body like Ciara” comment!
I give Rocsi MAJOR props for her self control, because if it was me who he decided to clown on, homeboy would have ran off the stage in tears.
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Due to the success of the show, 106 & Park premiered in Germany and South Africa.
As of March 2012, this countdown is no longer being aired and was succeeded by the MTV Rhythmic Countdown, hosted by Sway.
Terrence J is the co-founder of Jenkins Entertainment Group, a company that specializes in hosting, consulting and formulating marketing plans.
During his time at North Carolina A&T State University, he served as Student Government Association President and as a DJ for North Carolina A&T's radio station WNAA.
He also worked as a DJ at local radio station 102 Jamz in Greensboro.106 & Park is BET's highest-rated music series of all time and quickly became one of the leading music video countdown shows on television.