Windies cricketer Chris Gayle is once again turning heads with his latest dance moves. On Thursday, the veteran took to Instagram to share the news that he would be quitting the photo-sharing platform. The 40-year-old made the announcement in style as he hit the dance floor with ladies around him to give him company.

As expected, his moves on the dance floor were hot as he went onto share another piece of news with his fans. Gayle said that he has joined TikTok, which is a video-sharing social networking service.

His post read, “#iAmTheMovie – Imma logout from instagram on this note!! Catch me on #tiktok where the #UniverseBoss will #rock ✌🏿 #iThankYouBye #iToldYouImTheGreatestOfAllTime 😉🕺🏾💃🏻 #40ShadesOfGayle #KingOF2020 👑 🇯🇲 #IMLit.”

A week ago, in the very first video on TikTok he posted, Gayle pops up right at the end of the clip. Before him, a couple of young guys face the camera and strike a few poses. Then, Gayle, clad in light grey shorts and a deep grey T-shirt with the word “attitude” written on it, comes into the frame and strikes a pose of swagger. His trademark grin and rasta hairdo are very much in place.

Currently, Gayle is set to feature in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) for Chattogram Challengers. He has amassed 1,338 runs in merely 38 innings in the BPL, so far. He has a batting average of 41.81 and strike rate of 158.71. Known as the Universal Boss in T20 cricket, he has scored a record five centuries and smashed 120 sixes in the BPL.

He has scored 10,480 and 7214 runs in 301 and 103 respectively in ODIs and Tests.