Azealia Banks is back to doing way too much. The struggle rapper is saying she did not cook her dead cat for brunch.

MTV’s Catfish show halted production in May after its host, Nev Schulman, was accused of sexual misconduct by a former guest on the series. After an investigation, the claims against Schulman were considered baseless and the show will make its return to the network.

The host of MTV’s Catfish series, Nev Schulman, has been suspended by the network amid sexual misconduct allegations. This comes after the host himself showed support for the #MeToo movement via social media.

Former NBA star Ray Allen is in court battling a stalking charge in where he stated that several women he was sexting online was actually a man.

Nev Schulman is in recovery mode after Monday night’s (April 5) airing of Black Girls Rock. The Catfish host/producer thought he’d jump into the BGR conversation with a comment that got him roasted, broiled, and burned on Twitter.

Karrueche is definitely flourishing with her earned C-list celebrity status but she’s also an accomplished troll on Instagram who knows her every move on social media will get a rise out of you-know-who.

It seems like Kidd Cole will just never learn his lesson. The habitually lying scam artist made a name for himself after his non-romantic appearance on MTV’s Catfish went viral last year and he’s been getting into trouble ever since.

MTV’s Catfish cameraman and co-host Max Joseph will be missing for a handful of shows during its new season. Nev Shulman will still be hosting while Joseph is off shooting a movie, but there will be guests hosts/investigators filling in, including Charlamagne Tha God of MTV2 and The Breakfast Club fame.  

MTV’s Catfish is a highly entertaining television show that usually journeys through the perils of potential fake relationship. However, one episode this year sent shockwaves through the Hip-Hop community when a rapper–who goes by the name of the Kidd Cole–claimed to be signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music and had an entire segment dedicated to […]

The “Gucci, Gucci” rapper Kreayshawn, recently discovered she was emailing with a person she thought to be the producer and head honcho at Mad Decent.

Kidd Cole, the D.C. rapper who was shamelessly exposed as con artist on a recent episode of MTV’s Catfish, may not totally be embellishing his ties to the music industry. Kind of, sort of.

Catfish, MTV’s irresistible hour dedicated to Internet trolling occasionally ventures into the realm of Hip-Hop for some uproarious results.