Dennis Rodman, in a Red Sox cap, calls North Korea leader his friend
Some people just should not be allowed to wear a Boston Red Sox cap, or anything that even looks like a Red Sox cap. Like say, former NBA star Dennis Rodman, who has recently turned into North Korea’s new BFF. In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo while he was visiting North Korea for leader Kim Jong Un’s birthday, and to play a little basketball, Rodman went off on a screaming rant defending that country’s imprisonment of Korean-American Kenneth Bae. Bae has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor by North Korea for what it calls “hostile acts” toward the country, but the US has demanded his release. Throughout the interview with Cuomo, Rodman wore a gray and black hat with the signature Boston “B.” (Of course it could also be the signature “B” of the Brooklyn Dodgers.) Either way, in the interview, he described Kim as his friend and said “I love my friend,” and we doubt either Boston or Brooklyn is eager to be associated with that friendship.