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Dennis Rodman Gets Emotional When Questioned on Trip to North Korea

Dennis Rodman’s agent, Chris Volo, is claiming that the NBA Hall of Famer’s recent trip to North Korea led to the release of detained college student Otto Warmbier.

Rodman landed in North Korea the same day the comatose student was removed from prison and transported to a hospital in Ohio. Originally, Rodman denied that his trip had anything to do with Warmbier’s release.

When asked before departing if he planned to discuss Warmbier while in North Korea, Rodman responded, “Well, that’s not my purpose right now. My purpose is to go over there and try to see if I can keep bringing sports to North Korea.”

Rodman and his agent, Chris Volo, appeared on Good Morning America Friday and discussed the trip with co-host with Michael Strahan.

When the subject of Warmbier’s release came up, Volo said, “I asked on behalf of Dennis for his release three times.”

He added: “I know being there had something to do with it. Because when I was organizing the trip … and I meet with the delegates here, you know, I addressed … Otto Warmbier. And I said to them, ‘we … would need his … you know, a release, some type of good faith, if we’re ever going to do some type of future sports relations.”

“They said they understood,” Volo said.

Volo’s claims have been denied by the State Department, as well as Otto’s father, Fred Warmbier.

Rodman told Strahan that he wanted to “give all the prayer and love” to the Warmbier, and said that “I didn’t know that he was sick.”

“I didn’t know I was the one supposed to go over there and get him out,” he added.

Later in the interview, when asked if his motivation for his actions came from being on TV, Rodman became emotional and began to cry.

“I am too damn famous for this. I’m not trying to sound cocky, but my God. What am I getting out of this? I’m going over there out of the kindness of my heart trying to help. And next thing you know, you come back. Wow. What did I do that’s so bad?”

Rodman has been criticized for the trips he has taken to North Korea and his friendship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“We always talk, right. We sing karaoke. It’s so fun. Ride horses, everything,” Rodman said of his relationship with the dictator.

Strahan asked Rodman if he felt his trips have been worth the criticism.

“I think that’s worth it,” Rodman responded.