It didn’t take long for the REAL lil Bow Wow to officially respond to the most recent episode of MTV’s ‘Catfish’ where an aspiring rapper was using his image as bait to catch a few ‘fish’ online.
[READ: Meet Fake Lil Bow Wow aka 'Dee Pimpin' + Watch Catfish S2 ep 14, Full Episode (VIDEO)]
In a video posted on BET.com, Shad Moss (aka BowWow) offers insight into just how difficult it is to be Bow Wow. “These eyes ain’t contacts… you can’t buy these…”
Moss then invites Catfish’s principal characters, Keyonnah and Dee-Pimpin to 106 & Park so that they can have a chance to explain their actions in person.
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Atlanta is many things, but after last night’s episode of MTV’s ‘Catfish,’ ATL shall forever be known as the home of Dee Pimpin, the infamous ‘rapper’ who ‘catfished’ a chick named Keyonnah he/she met online.
Who is Dee Pimpin? And what do she/he, Bow Wow and lamb skin have in common? Nev Schulman kinda sorta answered the question via his tweets last night:
Learn more about Dee Pimpin + watch the most entertaining Catfish to date under the cut… Continue Reading…
Nev Schulman and Max Joseph return with Season 2 of MTV’s ‘Catfish,’ which premiered last night (June 25, 2013).
The term ‘catfish’ refers to a person who pretends to be someone they’re not by utilizing social media (i.e. Facebook, Twitter etc.) to create false online identities. The action is used primarily to pursue deceptive online romances.
[Sidebar: As to why anyone is getting 'catfished' these days remains a mystery, but apparently there are still a few lost souls seeking love online who will believe anything a stranger they've never met tells them.]
The popular show kicked off the 2nd season with Cassie, (real name: Cassandra Brigette Cherry).
Nev and Max head to Hollywood, FL to assist the young woman, who’d been (insert air-quotes) ‘dating’ and Atlanta man by the name of “Steven” for well over two years. She’d never seen him in person, but had spoken to him on the phone often.
Cassie and ‘Steven’ were even (insert air quotes again) “engaged” to be married, but again… they had never met or even video chatted. Continue Reading…