Dennis Rodman, who is 62 years old, talks about what motivates him to stay going and says that "they are making billions being dead."

Even after he retired from professional basketball, Dennis Rodman had an eventful existence that was like riding a roller coaster.

He was one of the most divisive athletes to ever play in the National Basketball Association. Rodman has turned his life around 

from the point where he was contemplating suicide in the early stages of his career to the point where he is now a five-time champion.

Since he last played in the NBA in the year 2000, many people have seen Rodman in the headlines engaging in a wide variety of activities. 

His connection with Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, took a lot of people by surprise. However, 

it appears that he has discovered something that has driven him despite the fact that he is 62 years old.

A two-time winner of the Defensive Player of the Year award recently discussed the things that have brought him joy in a recent interview with Graham Bensinger.

Rodman has stated that the fact that he is still living is what makes him the happiest. "I think what makes me happy is the fact that the gratification that actually, I'm still living," he added. 

"At this point, I believe in people. I hadn't done that before. I have faith that there are some individuals who take pleasure in my idiocy. When I first met them, 

I had the impression that they were shallow. The reason that others look up to you is because of the wealth, the fame, the glory, and the accolades that you've accomplished.

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