But nope, the catfishing era is still going strong, and it's one of our favourite reality shows on right now.The Story: Artis thought he was dating a girl named Jess and was prepared to dump his current real-world girlfriend (and the mother of his THREE kids) for her.However, they have been pretty vocal John had met Kelsey 'Beelzebub' in a psychology chat room, had only heard her voice once and had never video chatted. Two others from the same chat room, named Ellie and Adam, were in a similar relationship, and had also never met.But John and Kelsey had a VERY close relationship otherwise (see above pic).She said daily text messages were soon exchanged and their relationship took off as the two explored their future together — the “rapper” even sent her ,000 over the course of their relationship.But while the constant communication and financial support convinced Keyonnah that this was the legit performer, she decided it was time to finally meet with Bow Wow and recruited the help of the show’s hosts Nev Schulman and Max Joseph to track down the rapper in Atlanta.Shai lives with Joie across the country, and Bow Wow told Oprah earlier this year, "It's so hard -- I Skype with [Shai] and I just wish that I could just reach in there and grab her little self." Tyra Banks: OK, so we might be reaching with this one, but after a recent appearance on "106 & Park" that included a big ol' smooch with Bow Wow (which, as it turns out, was her second), the supermodel is rumored to be the rapper's newest girlfriend. If so, Tyra better watch her back -- Keyonnah will be none too pleased!and the episode, which aired Tuesday, revealed how the young girl began communicating with someone posing as the rapper after she “liked” a Bow Wow fan page on Facebook.
Take a glimpse, and tune in to "Catfish" tonight at 10/9c to see if Ciara: After dating for a year and making music together on "Like You," Bow Wow and Ciara called in quits in April of 2006, according to People.Instead, what they discovered left Keyonnah in a state of disbelief.The man behind the profile was not Bow Wow; in fact it was not a man at all — rather, it was a woman named Dee, also known as Dee Pimpin, who admitted she created the fake profile as a way to seduce girls.“For me, I like a challenge,” Dee said, after admitting that she wears a lamb-skin accessory in bed.As many expected, Keyonnah was devastated and quickly ended the relationship. As a tried and true Bow Wow fan, Keyonnah clocked many hours on the “106 & Park” host’s fan page, and was shocked when, one day, she received a message back from the rapper, which led to many subsequent texts and phone calls.