"Ki ki do you love me?"
"We have some thoughts about the "In My Feelings" challenge".
The trend, which has gone viral on the internet, features an individual dancing by the side of a moving vehicle to Canadian rapper Drake's hit "In My Feelings" with the catchline "Kiki do you love me". In India, social media lovers have jumped on the bandwagon and out of cars or autos to be part of the challenge.
Youngsters are jumping out of their moving auto and dancing to "In My Feelings".
Police fear it may have now gone too far. Akshayraj, DCP traffic, said that the police will lodge complaint and book the people whoever takes the Kiki Challenge. But after his flip flop slid across a puddle, he fell to his knees right before the oncoming vehicle slammed into him.
He first posted the dance on June 30 encouraging his 1.6 million followers to #DoTheShiggy. The Canadian rapper's song with the song line, "Kiki do you love me", has led police across the world to issue warnings against the risky dance attempts.
But the man's plan went awry when he slipped on the patch of oil and fell before the auto arrived, according to the video.
Within days, hundreds of videos sprung up on social media of people performing the dance as they embraced the latest challenge to engross the online community. It went viral after Shiggy's friend Odell Beckham Jr. aped his act by getting off a stationary vehicle. The viral Ki Ki dance challenge have given Drake and Shiggy vast popularity.