West Indies fiery batsman Chris Gayle lashed out onto a former teammate Ramnaresh Sarwan saying that he acted like a ‘snake’. Gayle further asked Sarwan to ‘stop stabbing people in the back’. In a series of YouTube videos, Chris Gayle opened up about his ejection from the Jamaica Tallawahs during the Caribbean Premier League.
The 40-year old Caribbean batsman was released by the Tallawahs this year, and now he has joined the St. Lucia Zouks. Gayle pointed finger at Sarwan for being a major reason behind his exit from the Jamaica Tallawahs. The hard-hitting batsman accused the former middle-order batsman of being ‘in the ears’ of Jamaica Tallawahs owner and influencing their decision to release him from the team and franchise.
Frustrated Gayle lashed out, “Right now, Sarwan, you are worse than the coronavirus right now.”
The left-handed batsman said, “What transpired with the Tallawahs, I know you have a big part to play in this.” Crossing his finger to indicate a tight bond Gayle added, “Because you and the owner are like this.”
Gayle then went onto bash Sarwan by saying that he claimed to be friends with him but didn’t even answer his phone call.
Gayle then said, “Sarwan, you were the one at my last birthday party here in Jamaica, on the platform giving a big speech on how far we have come.” He then added, “Sarwan, you are a snake.”
Gayle then fumed and said that Sarwan is still acting immature and is stabbing people in the backs. He then asked to Sarwan that when is he going to change and does he have any plans for changing.