19-year-old North Carolina native Keyonnah thought her dreams had come true.
She struck up an online relationship with her celebrity crush -- Bow Wow. Problem is, the rapper/"106 & Park" host could never meet or Skype in person due to his schedule.
A few months into their relationship, Bow Wow sent the young mother $10,000 to help with her expenses. If this was a hoax -- or "catfish" -- it was a pretty elaborate and expensive one.
After being pressured from show investigators Nev Schulman and Max Joseph, Bow Wow agreed to meet Keyonnah in Atlanta. Watch how it all unfolded below.
Turns out Keyonnah's crush WAS a rapper, but not Bow Wow. In fact, her male crush was a female rapper named Dee Pimpin. Dee claimed the $10,000 came from her rapping, but eventually admitted she borrowed the money from friends to help her music career, and had no intention of paying them back.
In the end, Keyonnah decided to end their "relationship" with a handshake and never responded to Dee's texts. Dee got a job and plans to pay her friends back.
But the story doesn't end there. The real Bow Wow heard about the episode, and posted his own video in response:
"I feel honored, it's dope and it's flattering when they want to be you," the rapper said. "Quite frankly, I would actually like to meet them both."
"I am opening the door here at my house and I'm inviting you to come to '106 & Park.'"
Looks like Keyonnah will end up having that face-to-face meeting with her crush after all!