MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show has had its fair share of eccentric characters over its four-season run, but few were more memorable than Season 4’s Tracey Armah, a.k.a. Tracey Barbie. After her jaw-dropping appearance on the show, Tracey has continued her online antics, but, instead of stealing other people’s identities, she is pushing her own — and her own is CUH-razy! Keep reading for lots of horrible examples from her Facebook timeline, including one of her many rape joke selfies that caught the attention of Reddit’s “Trashy” subreddit.
Mug shot photos for Ashley Pietrowicz, who was featured on tonight’s episode of Catfish. Ashley was arrested twice for larceny, according to online records.
It’s another week, which means another CUH-RAZY, head-shaking hour of Catfish: The TV Show! Keep reading for a complete summary of all we know about Thaddius, Sara Marie, and Ashley based on MTV’s previews. Plus read some Facebook posts by victim Sara, who has been victimized by catfish Ashley numerous times over a period of years, including numerous posts by Sara and her friends talking about how her story would be perfect for Catfish: The TV Show!
Find out everything you need to know about Falesha and Jacqueline from tonight’s episode of Catfish, which features a rare appearance of what Nev calls a “copycatfish!” (Jacqueline is a huge Teen Mom fan and has been a frequent commenter on our site over the years!)
Season 4 of MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show returns July 8 and today the first official trailer for Season 4b hit the interwebs! As you might expect, the second half of the season looks to have all of the jaw-dropping, head shaking moments fans have come to expect to see, including a “50-year-old pervert” and…murder?
On Wednesday, Catfish‘s Kidd Cole was arrested in for making a number of terroristic threats involving “bomb threats and/or hostage situations.” Revisit his Catfish story and find out what charges he faces.
It was first revealed last July that Catfish co-host Max Joseph would be fulfilling his dream of directing a feature-length motion picture, and our excitement grew when it was announced in August that the film, titled We Are Your Friends, would star Zac Efron as well as Gone Girl star (and “Blurred Lines” music video beauty) Emily Ratajkowski!
Dee Pimpin, a catfish who impersonated Bow Wow, but still has quite a bit of game herself, was one of the most talked about episodes in the history of the show. Tonight, the boys of Catfish caught up with Dee, and she’s continued to lead quite an exciting life. TOO exciting!