Dennis Rodman now says he's sorry about "certain situations" in North Korea

But the eccentric former NBA star known as “The Worm” isn’t contrite about his latest puzzling visit to the secretive state.

He said he did nothing wrong by organizing a basketball game last week at a packed stadium in Pyongyang, an event at which he sang “Happy Birthday” to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“I’m sorry for what’s going on in North Korea, the certain situations,” Rodman told CNN on Monday after arriving at Beijing International Airport from Pyongyang.

He didn’t say exactly what those “situations” are. He may have been referring to the reports of horrific human rights abuses by his friend Kim’s regime, or to the estimated 200,000 people kept in political prison camps.