Chris Gayle set a new record for the fastest century in professional cricket by reaching 100 off 30 balls.
The West Indies batsman, 33, beat Australian Andrew Symonds's 34-ball ton in 2004 and he went on to record the highest Twenty20 score of 175 not out.
Gayle smashed 17 sixes and 13 fours in a 66-ball knock, beating Brendan McCullum of New Zealand's 158 not out.
His Royal Challengers Bangalore side hit a T20 record 263-5 and beat Pune Warriors in the Indian Premier League.
At first glance, Lil B's fans can seem as off-center as the controversial artist himself, who is still unsigned, still releasing hundreds of songs a year, and still doing things like creating a persona for his cat Keke or taping himself crying in a pet store. The rapper's fame remains modest, but what he lacks in notoriety he makes up for with an all-encompassing worldview-- becoming a serious fan often accompanies a mentality makeover. Lil B and his followers abide by an ideology that's both grand and simplistic, a kind of back-to-basics guide for living based on the principled tenets of both old-fashioned parents and hippies.