Well, we knew something was going to happen!
[Image via SNL/NBC.]
Just when we think this story can't get any stranger…
After weeks of planning, Dennis Rodman finally put all of the pieces together to set up a basketball game between former NBA players and North Korea's national basketball team for Kim Jong-Un's birthday.
Well the controversial matchup went down today in Pyongyang, and the big man decided to kick off the festivities the only way he know how. By singing Happy Birthday to his dictator friend!
As you may have already guessed, the whole thing is just all kinds of strange and awkward and all we know is that we want it to stop!
Ch-ch-check out the strangeness (above)!
However, things became extremely heated when, during an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo, he became visibly upset, and even though, basketball player Charles Smith tried to diffuse the situation, Dennis just let it all unleash on air!
It seems pretty clear that Dennis is still not grasping the seriousness of the situation overseas and how bad the timing of his basketball game is.
Watch their fiery exchange (above)!!
It looks like it's officially on, much similarly to it is in the video game Donkey Kong!
That's how the saying goes, right?
Anywho, for the past few weeks Dennis Rodman has been hard at work in North Korea to help train their national basketball team in hopes of setting up a game for his good friend Kim Jong-Un's birthday on January 8th.
Well, it looks like he defied the odds and somehow recruited 6 former NBA players, including
The former basketballer has claimed that these trips are completely harmless, but it seems clear that he doesn't fully understand the seriousness of the situation overseas. Well someone who has seen the horrors firsthand is finally trying to give Dennis the wake-up call he so desperately needs!
Shin Dong-hyuk is a human-rights activist who was born in a North Korean labor camp and is the only know person to escape, and he's written an open letter to the big man in hopes of opening his eyes to reality in his home country.
In the chilling letter, he writes: