Morning Sideboob! Dennis Rodman Plays Ball, Handsy Michael Muhney Gets Pink-Slipped, And Madonna Is A Cool Mom
Dennis Rodman is not Afraid of Hungry Dobermans.
Athlete, diplomat, Carmen Electra’s very brief husband, and future political prisoner Dennis Rodman is looking for you, the basketball professional, to play one simple little game for a simple little dictator. The dictator is none other than North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, who of late was said to have fed his uncle, Jang Song Thaeck, to hungry dogs because he was a boor and stole some shrimp off a party platter or something. Rodman, who recently has been in North Korea helping to train the Korean National Basketball Team, has now named a team of former NBA All-Stars to play Wednesday to mark Kim Jong Un’s birthday.
Rodman calls the game his version of ‘basketball diplomacy.’
How nice. I bet the Uns treat you like you are family when you visit, or maybe you are glad they don’t?
Rodman said his trips would not be affected by the recent execution of Kim’s uncle.
“We are all looking forward to arriving in Pyongyang, meeting the citizens, visiting various charities and using the opportunity to develop new relationships that result in our annual return.”
Well, there are certain conditions that might inhibit your annual return, like being put in a prison camp. But let’s look on the bright side!
“Cultural exchange is about sharing. Sharing ideas and thoughts on education, culture and life.”
See! Dennis Rodman is looking outside of the media hype about North Korea being so baddy bad. He knows we can share our culture of competition and fair play even with a baby-faced stone cold killer.
If the Americans win the game, I am sure that those North Korean honorary medals, made out of Kibbles and Bits, will look great on their mantles at home. Just ignore the teeth marks.
The Young and the Restless Fires Michael Muhney For His Boob Touching Problem
What to do with boobies? Always a question when one is out and about. We here at Sideboob have to deal with them every day, and we feel that everyone should understand what boobies protocol is in each situation. Dealing with boobies at work is often a quandary. Depending on where you work, there is usually a “don’t touch the boobies” requirement in that workplace. Apparently that isn’t always clear to soap stars.
Michael Muhney, a big soap star who played Adam Newman on “The Young & the Restless” — was fired last month after one of his co-stars complained to the brass that he grabbed her boobs.
I’m sure Michael Muhney just didn’t understand that boobies, while nice to look at and all, are touched by an RSVP’d invitation only.
20-year-old Hunter King, who plays Summer on the show…went to higher-ups and complained recently Muhney had fondled her breasts on 2 occasions — and she said both were unsolicited and unwanted.
Oh my. Unsolicited and unwanted, two words when used together spell a legal frowny face if we ever saw one.
Good luck Michael Muhney, and don’t forget to keep those hands in your pockets.
Madonna is a Cool Mom. Just Ask Instagram
Madonna is one of the cool moms. I bet when she picks up the kids from soccer practice she drives a Bentley convertible and lets all of their friends try on her gold grills. But cool moms always have a well stocked bar and now cool mom Madonna is now being cyber-bullied for posting an Instagram pic of 13-year-old son Rocco with some little friends holding up bottles of semi-expensive liquor.
In the pic, Rocco, Madonna’s son by director Guy Richie, is seen showing off a bottle of Bombay Sapphire gin. His two friends are each cradling bottles of Belvedere vodka.
Wow! Product placement. Be still my heart.
The image comes just days after Rocco posted his own New Year’s day pictures of himself holding what appears to be a glass of Champagne and another, posing in front of a liquor cabinet.
So where does one sit in Madonna’s house with so many liquor cabinets around? I’m sure it’s on some kind of space age material divan with lots of ostrich feathers that has a built-in massager. You know, like cool moms do.
[Rodman and Muhney photos by PR Photos]