Appearing on “The Breakfast Club” on Thursday, the basketball great opened up about his 1993 romance with the pop icon and claimed she offered him an exorbitant amount of money to impregnate her.
“She said, ‘Dennis, you know that I’m ovulating,'” Rodman, 58, recounted the “Material Girl” singer telling him in a phone call. “I said, ‘What is that?’ I was trying to f--- with her, you know?”
Rodman said he was gambling in Las Vegas during his conversation with Madonna and that she summoned him with a jet so he could fly to her for amorous activities. After the two finished their business, the Hall of Fame power forward said he immediately flew back to Sin City to finish gambling.
“She asked me that if I got her pregnant, she’d pay me $20 million,” Rodman told the radio trio of Charlamagne tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee in the studio interview. “That’s if the child was born.”
The five-time NBA champion also speculated that Madonna’s eldest daughter, Lourdes, 22, might have been born as a result of a similar arrangement she made with trainer Carlos Leon. The "Like a Prayer" singer gave birth to Lourdes in October 1996.
Though the two-time Defensive Player of the Year and Madonna never had kids together, the flamboyant Rodman has three children to the “Vogue” performer’s six. Rodman welcomed daughter Alexis, 31, with his first wife, Annie Bakes, in 1988, and shares son D.J., 19, and daughter Trinity, 18, with his third wife, Michelle Moyer.
Reps for Madonna did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.