The trick is that the singularity of a rotating black hole is a ring, so if it's big enough, and has enough rotational energy, something could theoretically go through it without getting near the singularity
Cool, thank you.
Is there any way you could elaborate more on this?
I thought the whole point of a singularity was that it was a single point with mass, and therefore infinite density. Isn't a singularity with size and shape a contradiction?