Freak Diplomacy? Rodman Slated For Second Hermit Kingdom Visit

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Former Chicago Bulls legend and famed freak of nature Dennis Rodman has announced that he plans to make a second trip to hang out with North Korean dictator Kim Jong un as war rhetoric with the isolated nation heats up.

“I’m going back August 1,” he told Gossip Extra. “We have no plans really, as far as what we’re going to do over there, but we’ll just hang and have some fun!”

Rodman traveled to North Korea last month for filming on a new HBO television show, a journalistic effort by the popular Vice magazine.

Rodman contends that while the North Korean rhetoric is hostile, the United States has faced bigger-talking geopolitical foes (the Soviet Union) in the past.

The former baller, who reportedly was not debriefed by Federal officials upon return from his last visit, says he would like to talk to President Barack Obama before he departs. But he acknowledges that is unlikely to happen.

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  • Warrior

    “Debriefed”? Dennis, I’ll let you in on a little secret. You don’t have to travel 6,000 miles to meet with a “little tin pot dictator”. We have dozens and dozens of them right here in the good old U.S. of A. NY, Chicago, LA, etc., take your pick.