‘Hotties and Vodka’ Dennis Rodman Remembers His Night Out With Kim Jong Un

'Hotties and Vodka' Dennis Rodman Remembers His Night Out With Kim Jong Un

Dennis Rodman is a basketball legend who had a little bit of a bromance with the North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un. Rodman revealed that the two of them would party with “hotties and vodka” when they had first met.

Rodman, who is now 58, took a trip to Pyongyang back in 2013 along with the Harlem Globetrotters and “dignitaries” he described on Mike Tyson’s “HotBoxin” podcast.

“I’m thinking I’m going to do an autograph show or play basket ball. I ain’t know anything about North Korea, stupid as f*ck, right?”, Rodman said. When Kim Jong Un came up to Rodman after the basketball game, the ex-basketball star didn’t even know who the North Koren leader was,

 “He asked, ‘You like my country?’ I said, ‘Yeah, it’s fine, it’s cool, it’s okay.’”: The dictator who was all of 36 at the time then said to Rodman, “We asked Michael Jordan to come be he wouldn’t come so we asked you.”

Which is hilarious if you think about it, yeah we couldn’t get Michael Jordan so you’ll do. 

After that they quickly got along and bonded over their mutual love of basketball, but then Kim did something unexpected, he invited the basketball star to his home for one hell of a wild party. “Let’s have dinner tonight. A little Karaoke and have some vodka, some hotties and stuff like that”.

Roman went on to say, “Next thing I know, we are having dinner and we are drunk as sh*t, he starts singing karaoke and I have no clue what the f*ck he’s talking about.” Then a train of “hot” women came out and starting playing them the theme song from the TV show “Dallas”. The basketball hall of famer said that they learned other tunes from Van Halen, Peal Jam, and the Rolling Stones and played them at Rodman’s request the next time he had visited the country.

Rodman claimed that he had seen all of their “military and missels,” but was never interested in talking about politics with Kim. “The politics, I don’t get involved with that, I came here to bring sports.” Following the rumors of Kim Jong Un’s death that were circulating, Rodman said his old buddy was probably doing just fine.

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