West Indies opener Chris Gayle is a fun guy who never misses any opportunity to have a good time. The West Indian superstar, without any doubt, is a fan favourite for his ‘happy go lucky’ personality trait. Dancing, particularly, is his most preferred activity to keep smiling and the let the world know about his carefree nature.
Whether on-field or off-field, the giant Jamaican always has been a man ready to display his moves. He does it all the time. There are no intentions of mocking the opponents or creating a statement, it’s just pure method of living the life to fullest regardless of the place and time or circumstances.
The Dance Challenge
Chris Gayle’s Instagram account is worth following. From everyday bits to a sneak peak into his lifestyle, fans can enjoy all sort of engagement with the cricketer. He also makes all attempts to stay in touch with his followers through live interactions on Facebook, personal videos and various contests.
In his latest Instagram post, Gayle, who has gotten a new nickname “Chris Ever Okay (CEO),” has decided to take the bonhomie with his fans to the next level. The 37-year-old has put up a dance challenge where the top five best performers would get featured on his page.
Fans were looked excited instantly. The conditions are pretty simple to participate. The fans will have to recreate the dance moves which Gayle has posted on his page. He was seen dancing to Sunny Leone’s item number “Laila” and has asked others to do better than him or at least match his classy act.
It would not be an easy task, we all know.
Watch the video here:
(#CEO Chris Ever Okay) I'll give the winner USD 5000 who do the #ChrisGayleDanceChallenge ?? the best ?. Ladies, the challenge goes for you too…There's the video so make sure you're spot on as I am lol. #HaveFun I'll post the top 5 on my page and the viewers choose the winner. Remember to use the HASHTAG! Will announce the winner on the 24th ??
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