Man hit by car during ‘In My Feelings’ challenge

Man hit by car during ‘In My Feelings’ challenge

After the Gujarat Police tweet, a lot of people came out in support and spoke about the risky challenge.

The viral "In My Feelings" dance craze was started by internet comedian and Instagram star Shiggy.

In the challenge, people dance on Drakes In My Feelings song outside a moving vehicle, while the driver films it, generally on crowded roads. But as the craze spread, Shiggy's original moves were replaced with far more unsafe ones. That gave rise to the safety warnings regarding the challenge. Police and safety officials in communities around the world have issued warnings urging people not to do it. They request the people to dance on the floor and not the road. "#KikiChallenge is not worth the fun.#InMyFeelings Keep #Delhi roads safe for all".

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The Uttar Pradesh police sent out a tweet: "Dear Parents, whether Kiki loves your child or not, we are sure you do!" Those still clueless about who or what Kiki stands for and what sort of challenge it poses to teenagers, it's time to return to the basics.

"High-risk stunt" Police on Wednesday warned people against taking up the Kiki challenge, terming it high risk and a silly stunt wherein people could get their heads smacked or end up with accidents. "It's not just your followers watching you groove, the traffic police are taking note too. Desist from public nuisance or face the music!" the police had said on Twitter. Such people also can give rise to chaos for the traffic. Interestingly, the rapper isn't the one behind the challenge. Yes the challenge is gaining negative publicity. The innovative messages will surely force you to think how risky this challenge can turn out to be for your life.

According to state law, even if it's a passenger that jumps out of a moving vehicle, ultimately it's the driver who's responsible.

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