Darren Sammy gets 'Universe Boss' with him, Chris Gayle said - Really bitter with your story; Dwayne Bravo also opened a front against racism

Darren Sammy gets 'Universe Boss' with him, Chris Gayle said - Really bitter with your story; Dwayne Bravo also opened a front against racism

Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy has joined Chris Gayle in the fight against racism. Gayle tells Sammy that the truth is more bitter than your story. Gayle retweeted Sammy's tweet, in which the Caribbean veteran wrote that he had recently come to know the meaning of a word that called me. However, I did not know the meaning then. I need answers to some questions. So before I call such people one by one, I want to know the truth by messaging them.

On this tweet by Sammy, known as' Universe Boss', Gayle wrote, 'It is not too late to fight on the right purpose or topic or what you have experienced in previous years! @ darensammy88 is more than your story. As I have said it is in the game !! '

Meanwhile, West Indies team all-rounder Dwayne Bravo also opened a front against racism. He appealed for respect and equality for blacks who are victims of discrimination. Bravo said that enough is enough. Dwayne Bravo told former Zimbabwean cricketer Pommy Mbangwa on Instagram, 'What has been in the world is tragic. Because of being black, we know the history of black people through which times they have passed. We never talk of revenge, we just talk about equality and respect. '

Bravo said, 'We respect others. Despite this, why are we constantly facing it. Enough is enough. We only want equality. We do not want revenge or war. We want respect. We share love among people of all classes. Appreciate them. This is the most important. '
 

Bravo said, 'We want our brothers and sisters to know that we are powerful and beautiful. Consider some of the greatest people in the world, be it Nelson Mandela, Mohammad Ali or Michael Jordan. We had leadership who paved the way for us.

Let us tell you that the case of racism has been hot since the death of black man George Floyd in America. Its heat has reached Indian cricket. Daryn Sammy, who made the West Indies two-time T20 World Champion, has been accused of racism in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He has claimed that Sunrisers used to call him Kalu while playing for Hyderabad. Ishant Sharma's 6-year-old Instagram post is further strengthening his claim.