Police on their toes as Kiki dancers hit the roads
New Delhi, July 31: The Canadian rapper's song with the song line, 'Kiki do you love me', has led police across the world to issue warnings against the dangerous dance attempts. The Delhi Police on Tuesday tweeted advisory over urging netizens to not take up the social media challenge '#InMyFeelings challenge', in order to avoid accidents on road.
Taking to Twitter, Delhi police said,"Dance on the floors, not on the roads! #KikiChallenge is not worth the fun."
What is KiKi challenge?
The challenge requires the performer to dance along with a moving car and then jump back into the car. It involves a slow moving car, with the person jumping out of the car and dancing to the first few lines of Drake's track, 'In My Feelings', on road mostly in the middle of traffic.
Earlier on 30 July, the UP police took to Twitter and indulged into some clever wordplay to raise awareness.
Dear Parents, whether Kiki loves your child or not, we are sure you do! So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life except #kikichallenge . #KiKiHardlyAChallenge #InMyFeelingsChallenge #UPPolice pic.twitter.com/RyTvoChJFa— UP POLICE (@Uppolice) July 30, 2018
Similarly, Chandigarh police also issued a notice with the help of Radio Mirchi. Mumbai cops tweeted about the challenge causing harm to one's self as well as others.
Instagrammer Shiggy launched the dance craze in June and ever since it has taken over the internet where people can be seen doing the routine outside their slow-rolling vehicles. However, he also reminded his followers that the challenge is not about getting out of a moving car.
Cops across the world in the UAE, USA, Spain and Malaysia have also issues similar warning about the dangers of the challenge. Meanwhile, doing the Kiki challenge could reportedly land you in jail in Abu Dhabi.