Sammy revealed: Perara and I Used to Called Kalu in IPL

“The meaning of the name witch called in the IPL for Perara and me. Now I understand and I am very angry”. Sammy revealed: Perara and I Used to Called Kalu in IPL Indian Premier League tournament.

Sammy revealed: Perara and I Used to Called Kalu in IPL

Protests have been going on all over the world, including the United States. Since the murder of a black citizen in the United States, and various sports personalities and teams, including cricketers, have raised their voices in this regard.

Former West Indies cricket captain Darren Sammy has revealed that. He has called a racial discrimination name in the Indian Premier League (IPL). When he was playing there.

Darren Sammy have represented Sun Riser Hyderabad and Royals Challengers Bangalore in Indian Premier League. During this time he was called ‘Kalu’ by the people, which made him feel very bad.

Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy and his teammate Chris Gayle have called on the International Cricket Council (ICC). To take notice of the racism treatment in the cricket for black cricketers.

The former West Indian said that in the Indian Premier League (IPL) he and Sri Lanka’s Thisara Perera called ‘Kalu’.

“Now I understand what Kalu means,” Sammy said in his Instagram story. When I was representing Sun Riser Hyderabad, people call me and Thisara by that name. I found out something different from my previous post and I am angry.

“I thought it meant a powerful black man and now I’m more depressed,” he said.

Sammy revealed: Perara and I Used to Called Kalu in IPL

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Recently, in a message on the social networking site Twitter, he had said that even after what happened in the United States. If the world of cricket does not unite against the injustice done on the basis of color. Then you should also have the part of this issue.

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“Aren’t the International Cricket Council and other cricket boards watching what’s happening to people like me?” He asked. Won’t you raise your voice against the social injustice done as me?. It’s not just America’s problem. This is happening to blacks on a daily basis and now is not the time to be silent.

Sammy had also raised their voices against racism before.

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