Dennis Rodman thinks Lady Gaga is unoriginal, also plans to use glitter in his Hall of Fame entrance
ESPN’s J.A. Adande caught up with Rodman Sunday night in Miami at, not surprisingly, a bikini contest at a bar. For at least the second time this month, Rodman promised that Hall of Fame week is not going to be boring. Here’s what he told Adande:
“I just roam around the world, do my thing. You see me on TV doing this, see me doing that. It’s amazing that after all these years — I retired at 38 years old [in 2000] –people are still talking about me. All the players have been around the league the last 10-15 years, people don’t give a [bleep] about it. Out of all the guys in the world, they say ‘He’s a troublemaker he’s an [expletive] he did this, he did that, he skipped practice, he was late this…. ‘ I’m still being talked about. And then make the Hall of Fame.”
He promises a Hall of Fame entrance like no other. He mentioned a float…and glitter…and six costume changes.
Adande also mentions that Rodman sought out Adande in the bar, not the other way around, proving that Dennis is still ever mindful of self-promotion opportunities. Oh, and then, because hell, why not?, Adande asked Rodman for his thoughts on Lady Gaga:
I wondered what he thought of Lady Gaga, the latest fame creature. Rodman called Lady Gaga “An imitation of something that’s been done already.”
Yes, Rodman knew the original, Madonna, intimately.
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