The Worm returns.
BREAKING: Former NBA star Dennis Rodman lands in North Korea to visit authoritarian leader Kim Jong Un.
— The Associated Press (@AP) September 3, 2013
Ambassador Dennis Rodman continues his bromance with Kim Jong Un this week in North Korea.
— Razor (@hale_razor) September 3, 2013
“I’m not going to North Korea to discuss freeing Kenneth Bae,” the Basketball Hall of Fame member told Reuters in a telephone interview. “I’m just going there on another basketball diplomacy tour.”
Things are getting serious between the two lovebirds. It won’t just be “basketball diplomacy.” Get ready for liquor diplomacy!
“There should be a lot of Bad Boy vodka there already,” he joked. “They love whisky, they love tequila, they love vodka, stuff like that, so hoping we’re going over to have a nice dinner, sit and talk about communication and sports,” he said.
Am I the only one that wishes North Korea would keep Dennis Rodman?
— Deborah Harrison (@debeluv1960) September 3, 2013
Not by a long shot:
— Allan (@UnrealAllan) September 3, 2013
— Everyone (@tcoley1) September 3, 2013
Psssst…North Korea. You can keep Dennis Rodman. #idiot
— Ruby (@RubeyRoo) September 3, 2013
— RapidEye (@RapidEye) September 3, 2013
Can we just let North Korea keep Dennis Rodman?
— Beth Huffman (@bethhuff59) September 3, 2013
Dear North Korea: You can keep Rodman. Think of it as a gift.
— Craig Pearlman (@blackfog) September 3, 2013
But wait … would we miss an opportunity if Rodman stayed in North Korea?
Shouldn't Dennis Rodman be in Syria, not North Korea? Work your peace-making magic where it's needed most, dude.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) September 3, 2013
Why is Dennis Rodman going back to North Korea when we need him in Syria?
— Todd Mintz (@toddmintz) September 3, 2013