Catfish: The TV Show Recap 7/22/15- Prophet & Trinity

By on July 22, 2015
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“Catfish: The TV Show” is like Clue but an internet version. Are these people really who they say they are or is it all just made up? You can keep up with this season of “Catfish: The TV Show” right here.


Nev and Max really know what they are doing when it comes to going behind the scenes and finding out who is who when it comes to catfishing. Sadly, I also believe that the youth of America is getting hip to finding ways to appear on the show. Last week, it was awfully frustrating and confusing when a young girl stole someone else’s photos and created a profile. She went on to integrate herself into this person’s life and began to tell friends to kill themselves and made the girl she was catfishing a social outcast and a recluse. When Nev and Max finally were able to get to where they wanted to go, they confronted the young girl who did nothing but laugh. It was really pathetic and sad. The saddest part is that so many people are out their making fake profiles with real photos and are attacking others, just for some sick pleasure and it makes me want to know who is there for them and telling that this is okay.

We then learned that the catfisher’s dad had passed away around the time that she decided to create fake profiles and had no idea what she was doing and how badly she was hurting the people who fell prey to her scam. She did apologize and when they checked in with her, she was doing a lot better and it seemed that she had deactivated the fake profile(s). I remember the days of chat rooms and how sketchy they could be and how you never really knew who you were talking to. This show blows the lid off of that to the max.

Tonight, Rapper R. Prophet hopes to learn the truth about Trinity, a model he met online. The names are always so intriguing and fancy.

Keep reading to see if Trinity is who she says she is.

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