Terrence Jenkins, affectionately known to many for his role as co-host of BET’s 106 & Park, took to Twitter wish his fraternity Omega Psi Phi happy founders day.
Terrence Jenkins attended North Carolina A&T State University where he pledged Omega Psi Phi, the first black fraternity founded at a historically black university. Jenkins was initiated into the Bloody Mu Psi chapter.
“Happy Founders Day to my brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Be owt team!!! ROO!!!!” he wrote.
Jenkins took to instagram to upload photos of himself with famous members of his beloved fraternity and his very own chapter brothers.
Jenkins landed a job as a co-host of E! News, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Terence Jenkins recently join Giuliana Rancic at the weekday anchor desk beginning. Jenkins’ job duties include working on personality profiles and reporting for the entertainment news program.
Jenkins is excited about his new role, saying, “I’ve always had a passion for the wide spectrum of pop culture that E! News covers so well; I can’t wait to get started. I’ve had a great career so far, and it’s all been building toward this.”
“Terrence Jenkins is a talented and well-connected television personality who will bring an original sensibility to our news programs,” E! President of network strategy and E! News Cyndi McClellannoted in a statement.
Omega Psi Fraternity, Inc. is the first black fraternity found at a historically black college university. Founded on Nov. 17, 1911, the fraternity is dedicated to its Cardinal Principles of manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplift. The fraternity’s members include civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson, NBA legend Michael Jordan and comedian and philanthropist Bill Cosby, to name a few.
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