Terrence J. stopped by The Wendy Williams Show to talk about his new movie, “The Perfect Match.” Plus he opened up about a special love in his life and his on-screen love scenes with P. Diddy’s long-time girlfriend Cassie.
Wendy asked Terrence, “What’s your social life like? Are you dating now?”
You know, when you get it and you get that heat, you just got to keep working. Right now it’s all about that.”
Wendy laughed and said, “The question was, do you have a girlfriend? Do you have love in your heart?”
I do have love in my heart. I’m in a good place in my life, I have a very special person.
Terrence is starring and producing the movie, “The Perfect Match.” His co-star and on-screen love Cassie Ventura, also happens to be P. Diddy’s long-time girlfriend. Terrence and P. Diddy have known each other for a long time, adding,
Puff gave me my first dress suit.
So did Terrence feel bad or guilty about kissing P. Diddy’s girlfriend?
I felt like he might kick my ass. I was like, I don’t want to be walking down the wrong hallway. She (Cassie) called me and was like someone wants to talk to you, handed the phone to Puffy. He was like, I’m going to be more upset with you if the movie is whack and you don’t deliver than if you put your hand on her. He was like, go for it. I want this movie to be great. If you’re going to do it, it has to be great! So that’s what we did.
Brandy is also featured in “The Perfect Match” and while Wendy tried to get him to admit they were once a couple Terrence said,
We’ve been long time friends. We have an interesting relationship but nothing has ever happened. She did us a favor.
He explained that she was able to take on a role when someone backed out. Terrence asked Wendy if he should keep the “J” in his name or if he should go by Terrence Jenkins.
I think Jenkins, you’re not on 106 & Park anymore.
Ok, start with Jenkins, it’ll be Jenkins.
You’re a grown man. Even Bow Wow is now Shad Moss. That’s the problem, when you take a street name, you never know when to drop it.
It’s hard, you don’t want to alienate the people that got you there.
See the full interview below.