|D-Rod sings Happy B-day to Kim|
In the case of the grossly self-disfigured (listening and watching him perform is torture squared) Dennis Rodman, it is atleast twenty years too late for him adhere to wise ole Abe's advise.
Ignorance and Rodman equals sand and beach: They have a symbiotic relationships.
As for me, personally I thought upon retirement D-Rod would be relegated to some obscure corner of the globe. I truly thought he'd remain ignorant to his last breathe, but I didn't think the press would bother to pursue Rodman stories.
I was soooo wrong! I failded to foresee reality TV. His platforms included: The Rodman World Tour; WWE wrestling; Celebrity Rehab; and, of course, the other Hall of Fame Blowhard, Donald
Chump's Celebrity Apprentice Show.
He co-stars in The Ruthless Dictator and the Man-Child Drama. Here are a couple of CNN reported excerpts:
Courting yet more controversy, Dennis Rodman on Wednesday led a singalong of "Happy Birthday" to the leader of North Korea, a man he calls a friend and a "very good guy," but considered by many a brutal dictator who recently lauded the execution of his own uncle
The colorful former NBA star known as "The Worm" elicited widespread condemnation Tuesday when he suggested in an exclusive interview with Chris Cuomo of CNN's "New Day" that American Kenneth Bae had done something to deserve his 15-year sentence.
On Wednesday, Bae's family accused Rodman of "playing games" with Bae's life. Relatives and U.S. officials have insisted Bae committed no crime.
"There is no diplomacy, only games, and at my brother's expense," Bae's sister, Terri Chung, said Wednesday in a prepared statement.
For sure, Dennis is flat-out wacko, but how did he get 10 former NBA ballers to co-sign with his bat-shit crazy agenda is beyond me! I guess when the cash cow is bone dry, people with a bling-bling life-style gotta get their hustle on by Any Means Necessary?