They called him “Maserati Rick,” but his name is Ricardo Agnant and this is a man who was posing as a Miami Dolphins’ offensive lineman football player with a contract in the NFL. Agnant was walking around catfishing women he would meet at night clubs and people on social media with his fake pictures of […]

During the telecast for '"Black Girls Rock", "Catfish" creator Nev Schulman tried to crack a joke and plug his show at the same time and the result was an epic fail.

Not only is Manti Te'o's new girlfriend real, but she's also pretty hot.

Didn’t your mom tell you don’t fall in love with people on the internet??? These new “apps” can get you in a world of trouble… I’m just old school. I can honestly say I’ve never had a “social media” relationship. And this cautionary tale is one of the main reasons why… That happened right here […]

Indiana Pacers star Paul George was believed to be the victim of an elaborate online hoax. According to many outlets George– and other NBA players–were…

Via On Monday morning, Pacers forward Paul George said that photos that recently surfaced of him were not part of a catfish scheme, but a fake story intended to disparage him. For the first time, George commented on a story that appeared over the weekend suggesting that he had been tricked into sending revealing photos […]


    I can’t lie. MTV’s “Catfish” is a pretty entertaining show. Half because you can’t believe people are that dumb. Half because you want to see who’s behind the fake pictures. When I heard about the girl thinking Bow Wow was her “boo thang”, I thought she had to be related to Manti Teo. […]

I’m never one to gloat, but in this case I’ll make an exception. Didn’t I say somebody in the Manti Te’o story was hidden deep…

The plot just continues to thicken when it comes to Manti Te’o‘s story about being the victim of a girlfriend hoax. Te’o recently admitted he…

The college football world is no doubt the most talked about sport right now. Why? The star player for Notre Dame Manti Te’o seems to…

Nowadays, when you hear people talking about “the Facebookmovie,” chances are they mean “The Social Network,” David Fincherand Aaron Sorkin’s soon-to-open inquiry into the rise of Mark Zuckerberg, one of the founders of Facebook. But the description might be even better suited to “Catfish,” a documentary by Henry Joost and Ariel Shulman that caused some hyperventilation at the Sundance Film Festival […]


All hail to the king and queen — of catfish.