TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Florida A&M University's favorite dancing reptile is always ready put on a show!
Now, he's also ready to tell his story.
Kimani Jackson, the man behind FAMU's Venom Mascot, is taking the mask off.
In a new documentary called "Unmasked," he walks viewers through his journey as the fang-bearer with the fancy footwork.
Jackson is now passing on the torch and hopes to provide a scholarship for the next mascot.
"One of my biggest goals while serving as Venom was to make sure that when I left, that the scholarship would be in action. You know a scholarship is very important because it really takes a special kind of person to bring Venom to life and so with that scholar doing all that work I really think that what better way to reward them than a scholarship," said Kimani Jackson, Venom.
Jackson, along with the University and Alumni are all working together to form a scholarship to make this dream come true.