Sammy had alleged that during his time with Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2014 and 2015, he was often referred to as 'Kaalu' (Black).
The 36-year-old Sammy last played for West Indies when he led the team to the 2016 T20 World Cup win, beating England in the final at Eden Gardens.
The two-time T20 World Cup-winning skipper had opened up about being called 'Kalu' -- a derogatory word to describe black people -- by his Sunrisers Hyderbad teammates.
The two-time T20 World Cup-winning captain, while commenting on the protests over African-American George Floyd's death in the US, had spoken about being called 'Kalu' while he was in India.
To be fair to Ishant, in another Instagram post, posted on April 19, 2014, he wrote this of Sammy. "One of the best human being and my close friend of sunrisers!! Darren Sammy"
Sammy's allegation came after his vociferous support to the 'Black Lives Matter' campaign around the world after the killing of African-American George Floyd in the US.
The Carribean all-rounder pointed out that racism is not just limited to America but blacks all across the world have to deal with the social evil on a daily basis.
Darren Sammy is looking forward to give Pakistan fans the experience of watching cricket at their home turf.