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Dennis Rodman Rips Barack Obama, Returning to North Korea 0

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You may remember that Dennis Rodman, who played for the Chicago Bulls during his time in the NBA, went to visit North Korea and hang out with Kim Jong-un a little while ago. The bizarre forward made huge news for doing this, considering the hostile relationship between the United States and North Korea.

Now, it appears as if Dennis Rodman is returning, this time with a different purpose. He is looking to somehow free Kenneth Bae from North Korea, and believes that his friendship with Kim Jong-un can help him do so. Rodman also thinks that President Barack Obama is completely dropping the ball on this one. Via TMZ:

Dennis Rodman tells TMZ … he’s going back to North Korea on August 1 to reopen the political dialogue with Kim Jong-un … because Barack Obama “can’t do s**t.”

Rodman was out in L.A. yesterday when we asked about his plan to head back to DPRK to visit his tiny, little, missile-obsessed “friend” with the weird haircut. 

The Worm told us he’ll do everything in his power to sway Jong-un into releasing American Kenneth Bae — who was sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea for allegedly plotting to overthrow the government. 

“I’m gonna try and get the guy out,” Rodman said … “It’s gonna be difficult.”

Then came the Obama attack — “We got a black president [who] can’t even go talk to [Jong-un] … Obama can’t do s**t, I don’t know why he won’t go talk to him.”

A short time later, Rodman continued the anti-Obama talk — saying, “Obama? F**k him!”

Nothing about Dennis Rodman will ever make any sort of sense. This is complete proof of this.

Rodman being in North Korea is weird enough, and his new-found mission to release an American from hard labor in North Korea makes the story even more strange.

Well, now we know how Rodman feels about the President too, right?

Mark Evans, Assistant Manager/Editor of Content

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