Abassador to america...........

 

An ex drunk basket ball player who lives stripppers .......thats america ambassador to freeing a big old  female  chick .....i thought she hated  america .......OH!!!!!!!!!!!suddenly she likes  the good old USA .........isn't shit funny  .....it's  all fun and  games  ....till fucking the proverbial brown stuff splatters on the  blades huh !!!!!!!!!......same with the otto bedpan warmer dude  ....got  elephants trunk ........drunk .....stole a piece of  some shit or  other ,,,,,,,,,,in orea .....which i have to say has no   sense of humour .........you see  drink ....it always  causes   trouble  ......always  ...mind you some  fuckers  need a  few  to get  laid and  get a broad  ,,.....and  some  broads  need it ........  so they  do not get disgusted  with some  fucking asshole writhing on top of  them .........but oh well  i guess its  necessary  for  some  shit  .....but not  for  others ......right !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!so dennis  kows  the  vlad .....this should get interesting right !!!!!!!


dennis Rodman Planning Trip to Russia to Seek Brittney Griner Release: 'I Know Putin Too Well'

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 09: Former NBA great Dennis Rodman attends the 19th annual Harold and Carole Pump Foundation Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 09, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Michael Tullberg/Getty Images); US basketball player Brittney Griner (C) is escorted by police before a hearing during her trial on charges of drug smuggling, in Khimki, outside Moscow on August 2, 2022. - Griner was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport in February 2022 just days before Moscow launched its offensive in Ukraine. She was charged with drug smuggling for possessing vape cartridges with cannabis oil. Speaking at the trial on July 27, Griner said she still did not know how the cartridges ended up in her bag. (Photo by Natalia KOLESNIKOVA / AFP) (Photo by NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP via Getty Images)

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Dennis Rodman is stepping in to help bring Brittney Griner home.

The five-time NBA champion, 61, revealed plans to travel to Russia and seek the release Griner, 31, according to NBC News, after the WNBA player and two-time Olympic gold medalist was sentenced to nine years in prison on accused drug possession charges.

"I got permission to go to Russia to help that girl," he said during an interview in Washington, D.C., as reported by NBC News. "I'm trying to go this week."

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"I know Putin too well," Rodman added.

Although the U.S. has imposed sanctions on Russia since their invasion of Ukraine in February, as well as issuing a travel advisory, Rodman does not need permission from the U.S. to travel to the country, only a Russian visa.

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The U.S. State Department did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

Rodman has become somewhat of an unofficial diplomat over the years, forming friendships with international leaders who have strained relationships with the U.S.

The Chicago Bulls alum has referred to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un as a friend and "very good guy," even helping secure the release of American prisoner Kenneth Bae in 2014. He also met with Kim and former U.S. President Donald Trump during a 2018 visit to Singapore.

US basketball player Brittney Griner (R) is escorted by police before a hearing during her trial on charges of drug smuggling, in Khimki, outside Moscow on August 2, 2022. - Griner was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport in February 2022 just days before Moscow launched its offensive in Ukraine. She was charged with drug smuggling for possessing vape cartridges with cannabis oil. Speaking at the trial on July 27, Griner said she still did not know how the cartridges ended up in her bag. (Photo by Natalia

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Rodman met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2014, remarking that the leader is a "cool guy," but their visit was strictly about sports.

"They don't know about American basketball, American football. I went over there to represent America as far as basketball is concerned," Rodman told Fox Business, adding, "I'm not a politician, I'm just a basketball ambassador. That's it."

Rodman's latest comments come after Griner was detained in Russia on drug smuggling charges in February for allegedly possessing hash oil in her luggage. Before she was sentenced to nine years in Russian prison last month, Griner testified that she "had no intention to break the law" and did not mean to pack the cannabis oil in the first place.

RELATED VIDEO: Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison on Drug Possession Charges

Griner's imprisonment has sparked a national outcry for her release, as President Joe Biden has even entered negotiations to potentially exchange the release of Griner and another American prisoner for a Russian prisoner in the U.S. Meanwhile, her attorneys are planning to appeal the verdict.

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