Not satisfied with his on-air meltdown yesterday, Dennis Rodman sang "Happy Birthday" on Wednesday to his "best friend" Kim Jong Un in front of 14,000 spectators gathered to watch an exhibition basketball game between former NBA players and the North Korean team at Pyongyang's Indoor Stadium.
"It started out as surreal, then people joined in and it sort of faded a bit, but it seemed pretty heartfelt from Rodman's side," Simon Cockerell, a tour guide who watched the game in Pyongyang, told Reuters. "Kim Jong Un appeared to smile, but he didn't appear to expect it."
Yesterday, a possibly inebriated Rodman gave a passionate and very bizarre interview to CNN's Chris Cuomo during which the former NBA player said he didn't give a "rat's ass" what Cuomo thought. Rodman also said in the interview that he "loved" his "friend," Kim Jong Un.