Is anyone else watching Dennis rodman praise the dictator of North Korea on SportsCenter right now...?—
Leon Sandcastle (@bigbadjoetonon) March 04, 2013
That’s right. SportsCenter helped Dennis Rodman continue his repugnant Kim Jong Un bromance tour last night.
Linda Cohn says on "SportsCenter" that Dennis Rodman bailed on scheduled interview with ESPN after "This Week" appearance.—
Reid J. Epstein (@reidepstein) March 04, 2013
SportsCenter played his interview with George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.”
Sports fans were baffled.
Anyone else see Dennis rodman supporting North Korea on sportscenter right now?!—
Spencer Miles (@SpenceTooDeep) March 04, 2013
SportsCenter is airing Dennis Rodman's interview about meeting with Kim Jong Un. I am at a loss for words.—
Aaron Lewis (@AA_Lew) March 04, 2013
Ima act like I just didn't see that Dennis Rodman and North Korea shit on Sportscenter—
Supa Beezy (@B_Ellis4real) March 04, 2013
1. Why would SportsCenter cover the whole Rodman-to-Korea story and 2. HOLY SHIT THE WORM IS SCARY CRAZY—
Julian Sarabia (@Jules_24) March 04, 2013
Baffled and rightly disgusted.
Also how much coverage SportsCenter is doing on Rodman's trip to North Korea is a disgrace. Could we have a worse representative of America?—
Ryan Balick (@rbalick) March 04, 2013
Wow. SportsCenter is fellating the daylights out of Rodman for being such a willing puppet of Kim Jong-Un and North Korea.—
Jeff Emanuel (@jeffemanuel) March 04, 2013
ESPN is really showing the Dennis Rodman interview on SportsCenter? They’re hitting a new low.—
Jeff Aronson (@jamfan40) March 04, 2013
Listening to dennis rodman on sportscenter right now is just pissing me off.. guy is a g** damn idiot—
Jessie Pettit (@JessiePettit1) March 03, 2013
Did I just see Dennis Rodman hug the leader of North Korea on SportsCenter and call him a good guy? Wtf!?!?!?!?!?!?! That's messed up.—
NTG 11 League (@NTGQuotes) March 04, 2013
Wow. Well, according to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, the trip was a “diplomatic triumph.” And George Stephanopoulos proclaimed that he has “no hate for Rodman” and that he hopes Kim Jong Un “proves him right with deeds.”
Willing puppets? It’s not just Rodman, evidently.