Published: Fri, August 03, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Kiki Challenge: India police warn against risky dance trend

Kiki Challenge: India police warn against risky dance trend

On 30 July, the UP police took to Twitter and indulged into some clever wordplay to raise awareness. It involves a slow moving auto, with the person jumping out of the vehicle and dancing to the first few lines of Drake's track, "In My Feelings", on road mostly in the middle of traffic.

Drake's in my feelings from his newly released Scorpion album has been topping charts since its release especially because of a challenge named #InMyFeelings challenge started by comedian Shiggy. Many celebrities, including Will Smith, Ciara, Odell Beckham Jr., Kevin Hart and the cast of "This Is Us", are among those taking part in it.

Actors like Adah Sharma and Nora Fatehi have shared their videos on social media. They feature the original videos of Sachin Tendulkar and Anushka Sharma talking to others on the road.

The social media world was flooded with similar dance videos, with some referring to it as Kiki.

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People across the world performing the challenge have received injuries due to risky attempts. Police including Spain, the U.S. and the United Arab Emirates warned people that the dance challenge is risky and people caught trying it could face criminal charges.

The Chandigarh Police has warned the young people from taking the Kiki dance challenge.

Some videos of the challenge, uploaded on the internet, show oblivious dancers crashing into poles, tripping on potholes and even falling out of cars.

The Kiki challenge has now reached India and has several grooving to it with many people ending up with fatal injuries, so much that police had to intervene to warn people that this challenge is not cool.

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