Fraternity Removes Malik Yoba From Youth Leadership Role
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. has removed Malik Yoba as spokesperson for the Sigma Beta Club program -- after a former transgender prostitute claimed the actor paid for sexual favors. The organization sent out a memo regarding Yoba's removal last week. Yoba has denied the allegations and threatened to sue media outlets reported the story.
Meanwhile, last year Yoba revealed his three year relationship with a male to female Transgender. In an IG post that has since been deleted, Yoba introduced his Caucasian "girlfriend" who was born a male named Brad "BJ" Hendrix, calling BJ "the most incredible woman I've ever had the pleasure of loving. My truest reflection ever!" He added, "It took me 48 years to finally find my match and I’m eternally grateful for you BJ Hendrix. The last two years on this journey with you has taught me so much about myself, how to heal my childhood wounds, my capacity for growth and knowledge of self, what grace and unconditional love really looks like."
Yoba was also slammed by ex-wife Terry Vega, who is the mother of his two youngest children. She wrote on social media, "Why did you NOT have a conversation with our children and wait till last night to text our 1st born with this info. Yet you were preparing your Public months ago on IG! Our children support you and keep so much a secret of what really goes down with our family dynamic."
She added, "I asked to meet you over a month ago and you have yet to make time. So here I am !! If you know better then do better! Family is first over ALL."