Dennis Rodman asked Kanye West for a collaboration in a video posted on Twitter Saturday morning. "Love your work, love your style, love your wife, your kids are beautiful," he says in the clip. "Hey man, I thought about something. Let's me and you do a track together, man—about world peace, about leaders of love, baby. About leaders of love. You're one. I'm one. Let's get together, baby, and do this right."
While Rodman is known for his NBA days with the Detroit Pistons and the Chicago Bulls, most recently he's gained fame for being one of the few people to survive and seemingly befriend North Korea's dictator, Kim Jong-un. He also credits himself with ameliorating the previously hostile relationship between North Korea and United States.
West has been embroiled in similar controversy after he called Donald Trump his brother and claimed they both have "dragon energy." Later, West's wife, Kim Kardashian, later got Trump's ear to pardon the 63-year old grandmother and one-time drug offender, Alice Marie Johnson, who was later granted clemency.
While the idea of Rodman and West collaborating on a song together seems far-fetched, it may not be. Earlier this month, 'Ye called Rodman "one of [his] biggest inspirations." Rodman still may have to wait awhile for a collab if 'Ye agrees to it. After producing a series of projects from himself, Pusha-T, Nas, Kid Cudi, and Teyana Taylor, the Chicago native is supposed to be heading home to work on Chance the Rapper's next album.