Usain Bolt hits back at BBC Sport presenter Gabby Logan during an interview shortly after anchoring Jamaica to victory in heat of the 4x100m at the Commonwealth Games on Friday.
The World record holder was responding to comments made by Logan, who claimed that the Commonwealth Games were better without him and fellow training partner Yohan Blake.
“I heard somebody said they are enjoying the Games without Blake and me,” he said during his interview on BBC One.
“Yeah, I’m talking to you. She knows who I am talking to.
“She said yesterday in the press box. I’m not going to call any name. You know who I am talking to,” added Bolt, before insisting that he is “a fun person” as he demonstrated in front the camera.
Following the interview, Logan, who was also listening in the BBC Sports press box, replied that she actually said the Games were “okay without him and now he’s here it’s better, obviously it’s better.”
He colleagues, including Michael Johnson and Collin Jackson found it funny.