Man hit by car during ‘In My Feelings’ challenge

Man hit by car during ‘In My Feelings’ challenge

Man hit by car during ‘In My Feelings’ challenge

The challenge requires people to jump out of their cars to dance on the streets to singer Drake's hit "In My Feelings". Earlier, the Bengaluru Police has used tweets with references to popular sitcoms and web series to engage with the young citizens and spread awareness.

In India, police posted this warning to Facebook, encouraging participants to halt the sensation due to its risky nature.

The Delhi Police on Tuesday took to Twitter to urge everyone to "Keep Delhi Roads Safe For All". #KikiChallenge is not worth the fun. "This was very creative of them to address people by tweeting a creative with warning as a caption". While the law enforcers are certainly not in a mood to appreciate the dance challenge, dancing on road is surely avoidable.

She shared the video on Instagram with the caption: 'This is what happens when you try to show off too much'. 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. So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life except #kikichallenge. These people put their own life as well as the lives of others at risk.

As the challenge went viral in India as well, the local police in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru have already issued advisories against attempting to jump out of moving vehicles. Interestingly, the rapper isn't the one behind the challenge. Yes the challenge is gaining negative publicity. "Are you riding" - are the refrain of Drake's song "In My Feelings" is taken from the music album " Scorpion".

It poses a grave risk, not only to the dancing driver, but also to all road users, according to Col Saeed Obaid bin Aran, director of traffic and patrols department at the UAQ police.

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