The Best of Drake’s ‘Kiki challenge’; The viral dance could land you in Jail or worse, the hospital

'Kiki Challenge' In Drakes Song "In My Feelings"

Story Highlights

  • Drakes "In My Feelings" music video
  • Comedian and online personality Shiggy starts the Viral Kiki Challenge
  • Woman purse stollen while doing the "Kiki Challenge"
  • Celebreties including, Ciara, Will Smith, perform the "Kiki Challenge"

Police around the world have cautioned people against doing the “Kiki challenge”, after numerous endeavouring the viral move got injured.

Canadian rapper Drakes latest song “In My Feelings” from his latest release album scorpion is smashing the music chart boards worldwide and along it came to the “Kiki challenge.”

The “Kiki challenge”, otherwise called the “In My Feelings challenge”, involves jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it to Drake’s hit In My Feelings, while the car keeps moving.

A few recordings of the moves uploaded to the web indicate oblivious dancers were colliding with posts, stumbling on potholes or falling out of the cars.

It all began with a funny video posted by comedian and online personality Shiggy. He danced to the tunes in his way” on a busy road. The video starts off with the line,” “Keke, do you love me?”

One video demonstrates a lady was having her handbag stolen while attempting the challenge and another shows a man being hit by a car while he dances.

Other Celebrities, including Will Smith and Ciara, have joined in, posting their videos of the dance, neither jump out of or danced alongside a moving car.

Ciara Princess Harris, the American sensation musician, did hers at the tip of Africa, in the Cape Town, South Africa and posted it on Twitter;

Will Smith as always went on the bridges in Budapest, Capital of Hungary, he could have been in the Hungarian Grand Prix, or is a coincidence? Here is his, posted on Instagram;

Police in Mumbai have warned the public against attempting the move stating, “Not just a risk for you but your act can put life of others at risk too. Desist from public nuisance or face the music ! ”

Police from across the world have all warned people from performing the dangerous move, doing it safely could surfice though The countries which have warned against the move include India, Spain, the US, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates.

Dubai was also not left out;

The Best is always saved for the last, here is the epitome of the “Kiki Challenge”;

No doubt, the challenge can be quite risky to perform and can land you in the hospital or jail. If you are up to it, do it safely.



Moses Njoroge is the Senior Editor at Glob Intel, a news and IT service provider company. He has a wide range of experience in freelance writing, Web/System Development and other related IT services.

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