“As explosive as my batting can be, it hasn’t quite matched the pyrotechnics of my life off the field,”
That’s a quote from the new Herschelle Gibbs autobiography, To The Point, and other excerpts from the book have caused an uproar with stories of group sex, weed smoking and certain older players dominating the squad.
I havn’t read it yet, but gathering from comments sections around the web it’s clear that some people still love him and are happy that he has exposed the dark side of cricket while others have lost total respect and are downright disgusted.
The book contains detailed descriptions of sexual orgies HERE involving other team mates and he names a group of players who dominate the team:
“The team has been criticised for being run by a group of senior players – Graeme Smith, Jacques Kallis, Mark Boucher, and more recently, A B de Villiers,”
Mmmmm, i wonder what the other players think of the new book hey. Clearly some of his fans are not too happy, but if you follow cricket or just sport in general then you would have already known about the match-fixing, marijuana smoking and drunk driving. What did you expect..that he was gonna write a book about how they went to visit museums and played chess all night.
Please..you’re kidding yourself if you think all international sportsmen are saints. At least Herschelle has the balls to call it like it is.
What do you reckon?