Alright, this is getting out of hand. The #InMyFeelings challenge started and ended with Will Smith (who himself admitted he put his life in danger to participate) and now, we all need to take a breath. Really, Drake would not approve.
As "In My Feelings" spends its third week atop the Billboard Hot 100, fans are still attempting to out-dance each other in extreme scenarios. The most popular videos have seen social media users strut alongside moving vehicles blasting the track, but this has begun to go awry — and viral for all the wrong reasons.
i almost died #Kekechallenge #KIKIDOYOULOVEME https://t.co/ZkEExvN9ep— 𝔟 𝔞 𝔯 𝔟 𝔞 𝔯 𝔞 (@𝔟 𝔞 𝔯 𝔟 𝔞 𝔯 𝔞)1531616212.0
In an astounding video, a young man bopping outside of a car in the middle of the street as the driver films him, was hit by another car. In another clip, a woman has her bag stolen. Police around the world have declared the challenge a safety threat, with the Mumbai police taking to their own Twitter page to denounce the activity.
Look at this 😂😂😂 #KekeChallenge https://t.co/sqNNbvnP8B— Mike Lowrey (@Mike Lowrey)1532779861.0
Keke real tired of y’all https://t.co/LvPbIfmuAY— Marty Mula (@Marty Mula)1532814192.0
"Not just a risk for you but your act can put life of others at risk too," wrote the Mumbai Police to accompany a compilation video of fans endangering themselves to complete the challenge. "Desist from public nuisance or face the music ! #DanceYourWayToSafety #InMySafetyFeelingsChallenge." Florida Police are also fining anyone hopping out a moving car.
Not just a risk for you but your act can put life of others at risk too. Desist from public nuisance or face the mu… https://t.co/HC0LrYltih— Mumbai Police (@Mumbai Police)1532582105.0
Are the likes really worth it, guys?
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