Dennis Rodman may be a lot of things but a spy or an informant? Not many people think it is very likely. But ‘not many’ doesn’t mean ‘no one.’
But he called it upon himself when on February 26 this year, the former NBA player traveled to North Korea. He visited Pyongyang as Ambassadors of Goodwill and met with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. In fact, they seemed to have enjoyed each other’s company immensely.
His trip while, North Korea has been making threats to the U.S. seemed fishy and created a lot of hype and speculations.
So the news that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has asked him for any intelligence or information he picked up on that trip does not come as a surprise.
"They wanted to know what went on and who's really in charge in North Korea. I have been invited back to North Korea in August and I want to go."
Visits like these do create a lot of fuss. Take Jay Z and Beyonce’s trip to Cuba. There are even schools of thought that think they are sent as baits for information in the first place.
If an average Joe visits a country in tricky times, it creates tremors in the depths of intelligentsia, but if it involves high profile personalities, the tremors are a bit more prominent and concern worthy! So we do not really blame the FBI. And who really knows what the true story is?