Gayle, who smashed an unbeaten 75 as West Indies sealed their place in Sunday's final against host nation Sri Lanka, said he watched the South Korean pop video at home a few months back "and I saw it on a lot of programs."
The video has been viewed more than 350 million times on YouTube and Gayle copies the rodeo-style dance when he takes a wicket or West Indies wins a game.
But Gayle says "it just happened, it wasn't really planned. To be honest with you, it depends what type of mood I am in."
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