Former NBA Star Dennis Rodman's Whereabouts Unknown as Daughter Trinity Competes at Women's World Cup
Dennis Rodman's daughter, Trinity, is part of the USWNT roster.
Dennis Rodman, the retired athletic legend, is truly living life to the fullest. In addition to his ink collection and YouTube vlogs, he also heads an apparel company and is frequently seen at various events such as Pride and Sneaker Con. Currently, he is enjoying his time with his new girlfriend, rapper Yella Yella.
Interestingly, Rodman's name is likely to come up at the 2023 Women's World Cup, where his daughter Trinity Rodman is a part of the USWNT roster. However, it's important to note that Rodman and his daughter do not have a close relationship, as Trinity shared on Instagram two years ago. Therefore, it remains uncertain whether he will travel to the Gold Coast to support her.
With Trinity shining on the global stage, let's take a look at some of the intriguing aspects of Rodman's life that have been capturing his attention. Although he has mostly stayed out of the news, he occasionally shares glimpses into his life through his Instagram account. Recently, he posted about getting a new tattoo, a face on his face, to be precise. But this was no ordinary face; it was a portrait of his girlfriend Yella Yella, whom he described as "very lovely."
If you're curious to see what it looks like, don't worry, Rodman posted several videos on his Instagram showcasing his latest vlog, which has an influencer-like vibe (warning: strong language used).
In addition to his other endeavors, Rodman also runs an apparel brand called Rodman Apparel, which has recently restocked its site. He often shares updates on how his company creates clothing items centered around his own persona.
Furthermore, Rodman took the opportunity to celebrate Pride Month in Houston, where he confidently sported a stylish green plaid and pleated mini skirt along with a shirt from his personal clothing line. As a long-time supporter of the LGBTQ+ community, Rodman had no qualms about brushing off any critics.
It seems that Rodman was scheduled to attend Sneaker Con on February 4th, but due to unforeseen circumstances, he was unable to make an appearance. However, he did make an appearance at Chicago's sneaker convention, Got Sole, in March. There, he was captured holding a pair of Air Jordan 1 High OG TS SP Travis Scott and even called out the rapper for "stealing his design."
Moving on to Rodman's family life, he has three children: Alexis, DJ, and Trinity. Unfortunately, not all of them have strong relationships with their father.
Alexis Rodman, the eldest child at 35 years old, is Rodman's daughter from his first wife, Annie Bakes. She has chosen to keep her life private and has not pursued an athletic career like the rest of her family. Alexis is married and has a child of her own, making Rodman a proud grandfather.
DJ Rodman, 22, is Rodman's second child and his first with his ex-wife Michelle Moyer. Following in his father's footsteps, DJ is pursuing a basketball career and recently announced his transfer to USC to play alongside LeBron James' son, Bronny, for his final year of eligibility.
Trinity Rodman, 21, is Rodman and Moyer's second child. Inspired by her father, she has made a name for herself in soccer. Initially committed to playing for UCLA, Trinity changed her mind and joined her brother at Washington State instead. Due to the pandemic, her freshman season was canceled, leading her to forgo a collegiate career and join the NWSL. At just 18 years old, she became the second overall draft pick and the youngest player in the league. Trinity's talent and determination earned her the 2022 NWSL Rookie of the Year award, and she played a crucial role in leading the Washington Spirit to their first NWSL title.
Now, Trinity is set to represent the USWNT as the second-youngest member of the roster at the 2023 FIFA World Cup. It will be an exciting opportunity for her to showcase her skills on the global stage, and her father's name will undoubtedly be mentioned in connection to her success.