Kevon Cooper, who is yet to play international cricket for the West Indies, was reported during Tuesday's Pakistan Super League match between Lahore and Quetta in Dubai.
The lanky West Indies pacer, who played a crucial role in his team's win against the scorchers with his four-wicket haul, said Rajasthan Royals were more than a just a cricket team.
The Royals have now won eleven games in succession at home in Twenty20 cricket.
The Royals didn't put a foot wrong in the match as they first dismissed the Scorchers for 120 and then returned to overhaul the target with 3.3 overs to spare.
Rajasthan became the first team from Group A to ensure qualification, with 12 points from three matches. They join Chennai Super Kings, the only other team guaranteed a semifinal spot.
Rajasthan denied Chennai the opportunity to seal a spot in the Indian Premier League playoffs, while boosting their own chances to do so. They also kept a spotless home record, with eight wins in eight matches.
Rajasthan Royals beat Kings XI Punjab by 8 wickets in Mohali.
Rajasthan have won all three home games at the Sawai Man Singh stadium in Jaipur but have lost two out of three on their travels.
RCB did have a few hiccups losing Tillakratne Dilshan, Virat Kohli and AB De Villiers in quick succession as Shane Watson struck twice and James Faulkner once to give Rajasthan some hope.
Rajasthan Royals showed once again why the team makes the most of home conditions.