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What is Kiki Challenge and how can it become fatal?


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Kiki originally comes from a Drake song called “In my Feeling”. The lines go like, “Kiki, do you love me?”
But Kiki challenge has nothing to do with the singer or the song. Alternatively known as #shiggychallnege, it became a frenzy when the Comedian Shiggy posted his video dancing on this song on streets. Few days later, Odell Beckam Jr. posted his own video getting out of his stationary car and dancing on the same song. Later however, the internet trend an entirely different turn, when people started coming out of their moving cars and dancing on Drake’s song, specifically on the lines, “Keke, do you love me?” That’s where it became fatal. Here’s what it looks like:




If you are one of those rare people who still use to believe that internet can’t turn just anything into frenzy, then it’s the time you change your views. The Keke challenge has invaded the internet and Delhi’s Connaught Place soon is going to host an event on this, where several youngsters will have a mob dance on the Kiki song.

Despite being dangerous for life, people are taking the challenge. But in places like Dubai, Egypt and Mumbai, they have been charged for violating traffic rules, which have landed some behind the bars too.

All this just because a singer sang, “Kiki, do you love me? Are you riding? Say you’ll never ever leave from beside me…”

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The Kiki Challenge is a dance craze where people dance to Drake’s song “In my feel” by doing various dance moves. It has become popular with amateur dancers in different countries. Shiggy, an internet comedian, initiated the fad by posting a video of himself dancing to the song on his Instagram account. Thousands of individuals have taken up the challenge since his video went viral. Will Smith, for example, has gotten in on the fad and has been spotted doing so online. If caught in the act, dancers might face a reckless endangerment penalty, according to Connecticut State Police. Last week, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a warning on Twitter.

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