“When you go through that initial heartbreak, it really changes your outlook on everything.” Digital Cover Story " data-medium-file="https://i1com/ilymag.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/terrence-j-ily-cover-chad-bendrell.png? " width="743" height="1024" data-recalc-dims="1" / Timing plays a pivotal role in Terrence’s life. (He’s never met his father.) Before he landed the BET job, he was a homeless college graduate.
“I still have no idea.” The only certainty: a lesson his mother has taught him that remains applicable to every endeavor he pursues.
Raquel Roxanne Diaz (born 17 November 1983) is a Honduran-born, American television personality and model.
“I’m really at a place now where my career and just really laying down the foundation for the rest of my life is my priority,” he tells me over the phone. It’s all about my career.” While there’s no interrupting his grinding, Terrence is still tackling projects in the romance department.
His latest big-screen venture, , isn’t autobiographical but follows a playboy named Charlie who foregoes emotional attachment after his parents’ death for frequent one-night stands with whom Paula Patton’s character describes as “floozies.” He then enters a casual situation-ship with Eva (played by singer/model Cassie) that unlocks his craving for something deeper.
For 32-year-old Terrence Jenkins, his current focus isn’t seeking out an eligible wife.
Over a decade ago, the Queens, New York native (and eventual North Carolina transplant) left his corporate gig to audition for the host of the now-defunct music video countdown BET’s 106 & Park.
Ebanks later revealed in an interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club that it was their individual workloads that made them decide to call it quits, a common struggle among young professionals whose main objective is to win.
Terrence J has since cut to the next chapter in his highlight reel. News post in December 2015, he is devoting his days and nights to becoming a force in Hollywood as an actor, occasional host, and producer.
Once you let go of that fear, you’ll know exactly when it’s time to leave.” Defining love isn’t as easy of a task for Terrence.