Man Attempting 'In My Feelings' Challenge Hit by auto

Posted August 01, 2018

Typically accompanied with the rapper Drake's 2018 song "In My Feelings", participants of the challenge would typically exit moving vehicles and perform the dance in oncoming traffic.

"Ki ki do you love me?"

Norwood's mishap quickly went viral and even earned up an appearance-by-Skype on Monday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" show, the Huffington Post reported.

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The National Transportation Safety Board posted a cautionary message on its Facebook page saying "We're sharing concerns about the #InMyFeelings challenge while driving". "Participants in this challenge get out of a moving auto and leave the door open and dance on a public road next to the vehicle, which is a danger to them and others on the road", it said in a statement.

Mumbai: The Kiki challenge is fast becoming a rage among the youngsters.

Police fear it may have now gone too far. Another Sola resident, who had accepted the #KiKichallenge some days ago, says, "This challenge needs a lot of creativity and planning but people must ensure safety first". WGHP reported that Norwood planned to finish the dance, jump on the hood of the auto that he leapt out of, and continue dancing.

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Spain is just one of the countries being hit by the extended craze but there have already been incidents of auto passengers falling out of vehicles and smashing into lamp-posts because they are not looking where they are going.

The brain behind this internet frenzy is comedian Shiggy Show, who posted a video of him dancing to the song on Instagram. "Keke never loved me". The viral Ki Ki dance challenge have given Drake and Shiggy enormous popularity.

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