Cesar Tordesillas

Miami, FL

Dennis Rodman claimed that the FBI is thinking of sending him back to North Korea later this year as an informant.

"I have been contacted by the FBI and I met with them. They wanted to know what went on and who's really in charge in North Korea," Rodman told the Miami Herald.

Rodman also took time to advise the US government about diplomatic relations, saying it should reach out to those who want to cause harm as a way to reduce conflict.

"I've been talking to folks for years who don't get what I'm about, but that's cool, 'cause once they walk away they like me. I might be able to keep folks' heads cool." he said. "We all going to find a way to get along and keep peace."

His first visit to North Korea in February included a meeting with dictator Kim Jong-un and an exhibition basketball game in the capital Pyongyang.

Vice magazine organized the trip for a new HBO series and called it a "basketball diplomacy mission."

The ex-NBA star has once again basked in the limelight after the visit created a buzz.

The International Business Times wondered if Rodman is allowed to make his information status public.

Rodman hopes he will be allowed to return to North Korea in August after receiving an invitation for another visit.

"We have no plans really, as far as what we're going to do over there, but we'll just hang and have some fun!" said Rodman.

While Rodman has called Kim a friend, he emphasized that he is cautious about the relationship.

"I'm not a total idiot. I know what Kim Jong-un is threatening to do regarding his military muscle," Rodman said. "I hope it doesn't happen because America will take whatever actions to protect America and our allies."








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