The 39-year old, who played his last World Cup in England was seen having fun on the pitch on several occasions, doing the 'floss dance' as a warm-up or going for a fake DRS review to make even the umpire smile are to name a few.
"Yeah, without a doubt. I love to laugh, I love to say funny stuff and get people laughing as well,'' Gayle said.
"I just say stuff without actually thinking about it. Eventually, some people find it funny, others make a joke out of it," he added.
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''There is nothing more I can ask for. There are a lot of stories... everybody has something to say about Chris Gayle. I have left a great legacy behind. I am saying that though I'm still playing,'' Gayle said.
Gayle had last month stated that he would call it quits after the ongoing World Cup but speaking to the media on the eve of the game against India in the World Cup, the left-hander said he has had a change of mind and would retire after India's tour of West Indies in August.
'It's all about entertainment for me, and I was able to entertain on a consistent basis over the years,' said Gayle