The former NBA star turned Kim Jong Un’s BFF also said he’s willing to take Seth Rogen on a trip to the hermit kingdom.
Dennis Rodman told DuJour magazine he has visited North Korea six times since February 2013. He describes the isolated country as “nothing like you’ve seen over here. Not even close.”
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“I know oppressions you will never understand,” rapper Le1f tells Jamar, the self-described defender of “conservative” hip-hop values.
“If I put anyone in harm’s way, I apologize,” a tearful Rodman tells ESPN.
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An exclusive interview with President Obama and round two with Dennis Rodman couldn’t even help the mess in the morning over at CNN.
An unlikely trio has been instrumental in helping Rodman travel to see his “friend,” Kim Jong Un.
The former NBA star feared the other players “were going to leave” North Korea ahead of the interview, Rodman’s spokesman said.
Kenneth Bae is serving a 15-year sentence in a North Korean labor camp. Updated with comments from Jen Psaki.
Terri Chung, the sister of the American man being held captive by the North Korean government, says she was “shocked and just outraged,” after seeing Dennis Rodman’s wild CNN interview Tuesday.
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CNN’s Chris Cuomo’s interview with the former NBA star, who is in North Korea, (predictably) went off the rails.
“You’ve gone too far,” a friend of Bae’s says after Rodman’s refusal to ask for the prisoner’s release.
“He’s going to work for them for a week,” a source says.
Rodman says he wants to use basketball to bring people together.
The leader of North Korea reportedly has a daughter, seemingly securing the dynasty that has ruled for three generations.
The former NBA star arrived in Beijing Friday after a visit to North Korea.
“I’m not going to North Korea to discuss freeing Kenneth Bae,” Rodman told Reuters.
As North Korea bars a State Department envoy, Bae’s options look slim.
Dennis Rodman, former NBA star and buddy of Kim Jong-un, appears to have given up.
The former NBA star promised to try to rescue imprisoned American Kenneth Bae in a trip planned for Aug. 1. That deadline has come and gone.
Here are five other insane things that the NBA Hall of Famer said in a new interview. (He’s on the cover of the mag holding an eagle.)
Kenneth Bae, a Washington state resident, is accused of trying to establish an anti-Pyongyang base in North Korea.
American Kenneth Bae has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea. But Dennis Rodman is on the case.
Mostly though, he’s promoting a gambling website.