Keyonnah was almost beside herself with glee over her online love on "Catfish: The TV Show." After all, she thought she was in a relationship with rapper Bow Wow. But was she? The two "met" about four months ago on Facebook when Keyonnah "liked" Bow Wow's fan page. They started texting daily and then began planning their life together.
He had even sent her $10,000 over the course of their relationship, which seemed like a positive sign that he was who he said he was. Nevertheless, Nev Schulman and Max Joseph dug a little deeper. And when Keyonnah and the guys headed to meet Bow Wow in Atlanta, they actually met Dee ... who was a woman.
“So you kind of created the profile as a trap in a way to meet girls?" Max asked her.
“Yeah, to meet girls. To meet a lot of girls," Dee said. "I know Bow Wow, he gets that attention. All the girls love him.”
Dee wasn't even bothered that these girls who are into Bow Wow are most likely going to be straight. "For me, I like a challenge," she said. According to Dee, she'd fooled a lot of women by dressing like a boy and wearing an accessory in bed. As for the $10,000, Dee borrowed that from her friends and family. And yet -- not a shocker -- Keyonna wasn't interested in continuing her relationship with Dee.
But the story did get the real Bow Wow's attention. He posted a video response on the website for his show, BET's "106 & Park." In the video, Bow Wow said, "I feel honored. It’s dope and it’s fly when someone wants to be you. And not only they wanna be you, in their mind they are you. That’s crazy. But I like it. It’s free promo. For myself.”
Is it just us, or are these "Catfish" stories getting stranger and stranger? "Catfish: The TV Show" continues on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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