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Dennis Rodman is back from his visit to North Korea where he made a friend for life in Kim Jong Un. And if you thought that you had heard the last of Rodman and his love of the North Korean leader, well you were mistaken.
Rodman decided to visit the hotel bar at the Time Hotel on Sunday where he did more than have a drink or two. Rodman spent most of his time telling anyone who would listen that Kim Jong Un was a nice guy.
The problem for Rodman was that no one wanted to hear about Kim Jong Un. And that eventually led to Rodman reportedly being escorted out of both the hotel and the hotel bar.
He was at the bar at Serafina for three hours,” says a spy. “He kept saying what a nice guy Kim is, and how Kim just wants to talk to President Obama about basketball. He was waving around a signed copy of the dictator’s huge manifesto, telling everyone they should read it.”
Added the witness, “Dennis was making a total jerk of himself. He wouldn’t leave, and he wouldn’t let anyone talk to him...
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Dennis Rodman, just back from his bizarre trip visiting Kim Jong Un, was escorted out of the Time Hotel in Midtown Manhattan on Sunday after spending hours at the restaurant bar loudly telling anyone who would listen what a great guy the North Korean dictator is, reports The New York Post.
"He was at the bar at Serafina for three hours," a spy told The Post. "He...
Dennis Rodman is quite serious in his goal to bring peace between North Korea and the US, and intends to accomplish it.
According to TMZ Rodman’s rep says that the former NBA star plans to use his new friendship with Kim Jong-Un to set up a peace deal. Rodman hopes to convince the North Korean leader to speak with President Obama until there is a peaceful resolution.
So Saturday Night Live didn’t waste any time in making fun of the bizarre, somewhat abominable friendship between former NBA great Dennis Rodman and North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un.
It’s actually kind of funny check it out.
Dennis Rodman didn't take long to unwind after his two-day visit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un last week.
The tattooed and pierced quasi-diplomat was spotted at Manhattan's Sapphire Gentleman's Club on Sunday night — although his reps denied it to The New York Post. But leave it to TMZ to provide picture proof that The Worm has dumped the DPRK manifesto...
I don't really want to watch Saturday Night Live, but I would love to see Weekend Update. The long running skit is easily one of the best the show has ever done.
Last Saturday they spoofed the blossoming friendship between Dennis Rodman and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
I laughed. I cried. It was better than cats.
Saturday Night Live had some fun with Dennis Rodman's recent trip to North Korea and his new best friend, Kim Jong-un.
Kim Jong-un has picked up right where his father left off, and may be even a bit more out there. The North Korean dictator has boldy claimed that the communist nation is willing to launch a preemptive nuclear strike against the United States, just a week after the the country onducted underground nuclear tests which caused a massive earthquake. The less than clairvoyent man-in-charge...
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If you haven't heard by now, Dennis Rodman has befriended Kim Jong Un, the President of North Korea, and is currently in the process of ending the second cold war before it even gets started. I mean, it's big news, but this is Rodman we're talking about - of course he's cutting off a potential nuclear holocaust with North Korea. Duh.
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Filed under the heading of glass houses, stones, and the general efficacy of both..."The White House says North Korea's government should be focused on the well-being of its citizens, not on "celebrity sporting events" to entertain the country's elite."Um, Mr. President?I voted for you. Twice. I've donated money to your campaigns. Twice...
When the news hit last week that Dennis Rodman was heading to North Korea as a basketball ambassador of sorts for a documentary that HBO was making pigs everywhere began to sprout wings.
When pictures of him and the dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, at a basketball game laughing it up and having a good ole time were published--well, everywhere--a place that is known for being...
The White House says North Korea's government should be focused on the well-being of its citizens, not on ''celebrity sporting events'' to entertain the country's elite.
White House spokesman Jay Carney made the comments in response to a question about ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman's recent visit to North Korea. Rodman watched a basketball game with North...
Long before NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman showed up in North Korea to hang out with Kim Jong Un...recently deceased Venezuelan dictator, er, president Hugo Chávez was a guest of the New York Mets.
On June 9, 1999, the team invited the polarizing president to throw out the first pitch. And dude seemed pretty pleased about it.
The 58-year-old Chávez, who died Tuesday...
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman has been the talk of the town lately. His recent trip to North Korea has been looked down upon by the United States government. From [...]