Fan tries to copy Chris Gayle dance; gets trolled heavily in the process
The 38-year old Jamaican batsman is known for his dancing feet from time to time.
Updated - Jun 5, 2018 3:00 pm
Of the many hats that Chris Gayle wears, one of the most prominent of the lot is the fact that he is a prominent dance. Given his social life and in constant need of opulence, the 38-year old Jamaican is perhaps one of the biggest and best entertainers in the world. In addition to this, his cricketing prowess – his batting, in particular, has been something of a standout in recent times.
Of course, he has always possessed the big-hitting prowess as he has demonstrated for the Windies in the past. However, the simple fact that he was in a position to set a tournament such as the Indian Premier League (IPL) ablaze with first the Royal Challengers Bangalore and now with the Kings XI Punjab is something that certainly brings about considerable disbelief.
Recently, a fan took to Twitter and Musical.ly to showcase his dancing skills. But, he had picked the wrong person to compete as he decided to shake a leg. With Gayle on the right of the screen and the fan on the left, the latter began making futile attempts to mimic Gayle. Although he was marginally successful from a Dance-Dance revolution perspective, Gayle’s reply was Mona Lisa-esque. In the sense that not many knew if it was a troll or a compliment.
After being left out in the cold by RCB, the 38-year old was snapped up by Preity Zinta’s KXIP and he certainly did not disappoint with a couple of half-centuries along the way.
Here is what transpired on Twitter between the two
— A VICKY KUMAR (@ImVickyKumar) June 2, 2018
Upon taking a look at it, Chris Gayle went ahead and replied, “You killed it! When is the funeral? ????????” Whether or not it was a compliment to the dancing skills or not, we will never know. Unless of course, Gayle himself comes out with some sort of explanation for the same.
You killed it! When is the funeral? 👍🏿 https://t.co/DtX5z5oDgN
— Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) June 3, 2018