We just don't quite understand his motivation behind what he does, other than he totally digs the attention whatever he's doing is getting him!
Take his latest episode, where he grabbed the mic and made an impromptu performance with a house band, during a poolside brunch in Miami. We're not sure anyone asked him to do this — especially if there were people just wanting to enjoy a simple brunch — but he was having drinks with friends already that day and decided that his urges trumped a crowd's pleasant morning.
The house band was already singing cover hits, so why NOT turn it into karaoke??
He proceeded to sing along to some James Brown, which is infinitely better than meddling in real-life foreign affairs, we suppose!
It looks like Dennis Rodman is hanging up his foreign diplomat hat and putting on his coaching hat instead!
In a story that just seems to get stranger and stranger, the former NBA superstar recently returned from his quick trip to North Korea and held a press conference to talk a bit about his visit, but he had no intentions about talking politics!
Instead, he focused on a subject he actually knows a thing or two about:
We don't normally think of North Korea as a conventional summer vacation spot, but Dennis Rodman has never really been a conventional kind of guy!
The former NBA superstar is making his way back to Pyongyang to talk about the possibility of starting up a basketball league, and of course to say hello to his good friend Kim Jong Un!
In an interview he did recently, Dennis said he would definitely speak to his dictator BFF about the release of U.S. citizen Kenneth Bae, who was sentenced to 15 years hard labor for "hostile acts" against North Korea.
Dennis Rodman has inadvertently become the funniest comedian on the planet, because he's going around saying he wants a nobel peace prize! You know, for the exactly zero things he's done so far, and all the things he wants to do but is severely under-qualified for! LOLz!
Let's put it this way: if the trip you took to North Korea (because the insane dictator there is a basketball fan) was frowned upon by the U.S. government at a time of high tension between Pyongyang and Washington — because you might have easily ruined things, having no experience handling anything like that — we're going to go ahead and call it that you won't be getting a Nobel Peace Prize!