Dancing on the road along with a moving vehicle may sound freakish, but that's what thousands of social media users across the world are doing as part of a viral challenge - Kiki Challenge or In My Feelings Challenge - inspired by American rapper Drake's latest song.
"Ki ki do you love me?"
The officer said they have not received any information about the challenge being replicated in Delhi so far and the tweets were sent out to caution people. The dance trend is basically someone dancing to Drake's single "In My Feelings" alongside a slow-moving auto.
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"Jumping out of a moving vehicle and dancing alongside it in the middle of the road, obviously multiplies the risks involved in it". The challenge has spread across social media, with even the Tampa Police Department posting its own version (although the officers featured are seen dancing from the safety of the sidewalk).
What is the "In My Feelings" challenge?
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He first posted the dance on June 30 encouraging his 1.6 million followers to #DoTheShiggy.
They gave out message by tweeting, "Dear Parents, whether Kiki loves your child or not, we are sure you do!"
Florida teenager Jaylen Norwood said in a Facebook post that he planned to do the dance, jump onto the hood of an oncoming auto and then continue dancing.
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