Comedian Hannibal Buress once rhymed “Morpheus” with “seashells by the seashorfeus” (see also full text). The latter phrase references a tongue-twister that goes “she sells seashells by the seashore”.
Buress deliberately changed the ending of the word “seashore”, so it could rhyme with “Morpheus”. Is there a name for this particular rhyme? If not, to which more general class this kind of rhyme could belong? Wikipedia's types of rhymes doesn't list anything similar.
If there's no name for that kind of rhyming, what are similar examples of such rhyming?