That pretty face may have helped Terrence J get pretty far in life, but it couldn’t do sh*t for him this weekend when he tried to visit Jamaica to celebrate his birthday.
Popular Black Entertainment Television (BET) host Terrence Jenkins, was denied entry into the island on Friday morning after arriving at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston.
According to the immigration authorities, Mr. Jenkins’ travel documents had been reportedly tampered with.
RJR News understands that after 10 o’clock Thursday morning, the BET host arrived on a Jet Blue flight from the US.
Mark Williams, Communications Manager at the Norman Manley International Airport, said while Mr. Jenkins was at the immigration section, his passport was inspected and it was discovered that three pages were missing.
“His travel documents weren’t in order and the explanation that he gave was not satisfactory to the immigration officer and in keeping with standard protocol he was refused entry and was returned to the US,” Mr. Williams said.
Mr. Jenkins goes by the name Terrence J and is host of BET’s 106 and Park.
He was here to celebrate his birthday and host an event in Ocho Rios this Easter weekend.