Gayle, who became an international talking point after being accused of making sexist comments to a female Australian reporter during a live, televised interview, thanked the fans who supported him but lashed out at the media and his colleagues, who he said failed to come to his rescue during the well publicised backlash.
Gayle made the post early Tuesday morning on his official account ‘chrisgayle333’ accompanied a photo of him raising a bat.
“Thank you Renegades and the entire Australia for the love & support!! Ppl think I may have played my last innings in Aus but my memory with the fans will live on forever!! I build leagues around the world and Big Bash is one of them. ‘Give the ppl what they want…” He said.
“The past cricketer who say I make myself look like a chop, the other who claim I was no good to the youngsters while playing for the thunder, the next one who said he expect that sort of behavior from Chris – Y’all can kiss my ‘Black R#@*’ I love Australia and I will be back again even for the (beer emojis).”