It is no secret that there are a number of opportunities coming their way and we’re fortunate that they’ve been with 106 & Park for so long." "They will be staying on the show for a while, so that we can have a 'victory lap' — a celebration of their years at the helm of 106 & Park before their departure.
Terrence J and Rocsi are destined for great success and we at BET Networks will always take pride in being their original home and be a place where I hope they’ll always feel welcome," he added.
He also worked as a DJ at local radio station 102 Jamz in Greensboro.
Terrence worked in the diversity office of a sports company in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Hill, released a statement confirming the duo’s departure.
“Today, after seven exciting years, 106 & Park hosts Terrence J and Rocsi announced that they will be leaving the show.
His Frat brother Fred Whitaker phoned to tell him about BET's search for fresh faces, with the primary job of being the host of 106 & Park.
Terrence took all his savings and flew to New York to audition in late 2005.
Based on the first trailer, the results are as talky and high-stakes as ever.
Unhappy with his first audition, Terrance and his friends rented a car and drove to Atlanta to attend auditions, where he was successful. In 2012 he was selected to replace Ryan Seacrest as the co-anchor for E! He starred in the sequel to the 2007 film Stomp the Yard, Stomp the Yard: Homecoming, and appeared in the Christina Aguilera and Cher film Burlesque as Dave the D. He has also starred in the fourth season of the show The Game and The Heart Specialist with Marla Gibbs.
Terrence J starred in Tim Story's film Think Like A Man (based on Steve Harvey's bestseller), a Sony Pictures Feature Film.
Finally, in 2006 Rocsi, former afternoon radio host of Power 92.3 in Chicago, and Terrence J won BET’s New Faces Contest and became hosts.
From 2005-2006 Julissa Bermudez and former WPGC radio personality Big Tigger, hosted.