Bow Wow Reacts to 'Catfish' Episode: "I Feel Honored"

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Still puzzled by the last episode of Catfish? Check out what Bow Wow had to say after he learned someone pretended to be him online. Still puzzled by the last episode of Catfish?

So are we.

In case you missed it, a single mother named Keyonnah was fooled into thinking she was in an online relationship with Bow Wow after a person posing as him sent her a total of $10,000.

The person behind the Bow Wow Catfish happened to be "Dee Pimpin," a female rapper from Atlanta.

So, what did the real Bow Wow have to say about the whole fake-out?

"Look at me," the 106 and Park host said in a video clip for BET. "You can't impersonate this. These eyes, these ain't contacts. You can't buy these and put these in your eyes to think that you're Bow Wow. These tattoos on my body? These are permanent. You cannot draw these on. There's only one. There can only be one. Not two, one. Just one, and that's me."

Bow Wow went on to say he felt "honored," by Dee's efforts to imitate him, adding, "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, for BET, for '106 & Park.'"

The rapper then went on to invite Keyonnah and the fake Bow Wow--Dee Pimpin--to appear on 106 and Park.

We would love to see that reunion.


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