Rocsi Diaz is known for hosting BET’s “106 & Park”, along with Terrence J for the past few years.Recently, the two have announced that they’re leaving the show to venture out into new careers.It wasn't until he heard of BET's search for the next hosts of its now-defunct music video countdown show "106 & Park" that entertainment was once again the center of his life.After a failed New York audition for the job, he drove to Atlanta the following day for another set of auditions for the same gig.Prompted by a bet between the guys, Charlie attempts to date only one woman for an extended , a way of proving that relationships and him don't gel.But upon meeting Eva (Cassie Ventura), he may have just met the perfect not-so-perfect match. For those familiar with Jenkins' film credits, which include "Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming," "Burlesque" and the "Think Like a Man" franchise, Charlie is something completely different."I'm always the best friend or the momma's boy," he said.I think that in this day and age of Hollywood and entertainment, you kinda have to be a multi-hyphenate…I love radio, I love television hosting, and acting is just a new chapter in my life. I’ve been able to finish two films in the last year.“I actually met President Obama when he was Senator Obama, and this is when I was doing radio in Chicago.There’s this big parade called the Bud Billiken parade, which is like a parade that amps the kids for school.
Rocsi was recently interviewed on “Name Check” for the New York Post to discuss her next moves. On how long she’s been hosting “106 & Park”: “I was a radio personality when I first started.He would always tell me, ‘Rocsi you don’t have a face for radio.’ When the opportunity came and BET was doing a national search, as they’re doing right noe for the new host of “106”, he told me ‘you should go do it.’ If it wasn’t for his inspiration, I probably would’ve never got in that line and thought that I could do it.And he doesn’t even know that to this day.”“I’m still going out for other hosting opportunities as well.He said Jenkins' acting chops will surprise moviegoers."I think people will be able to see him in a new way....He's funny, he's likable, and his character has an arc," Woodruff noted."He has a good chance of a nice career ahead of him as a leading man."Acting has always been a career that Jenkins found appealing. News, he took acting classes while a student at the historically black North Carolina A&T.