Pearl Jam brought out Dennis Rodman at their concert at Wrigley Field in Chicago over the weekend.
Rodman, who is a former Chicago Bulls player, ended up saying he was thankful for their continued support while he unofficially lobbied for the U.S. with Kim Jong-un, which officially resulted in an actual meeting recently.
He said, “You people here are the only people on this planet Earth [that] gave me support. Thank all you guys!”
Rodmanm continued with a promise to Chicago, saying when he dies, he’d “make sure” to be buried in Chicago. The audience loved that.
Pearl Jam’s frontman Eddie Vedder told him to put off his death for as long as possible.