Gayle says he was the victim in sexism row

  • Updated: Jun 05, 2016 08:54 IST

LONDON; West Indies star Chris Gayle said on Friday he was the victim of “double standards” after sparking a sexism row with comments he made to female reporters during interviews. “I didn’t feel like I was being treated right at that particular time,” the Jamaican told BBC. “The way of going about it... and the media making a big mockery out of it; to go into details, it was straight up just a lot of double standards. “That story didn’t get me down one bit… It was just ridiculous how they go about it - trying to use me as a big scapegoat.” “You can’t brand me for running a joke like that, it’s just unfortunate and people have their agenda…”

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