Published: 2018-07-23 15:05
Last Updated: 2021-04-15 12:39
Over the past week, people have been jumping out of their moving cars to dance to Drake’s hit single as part of the viral #InMyFeelingsChallenge, also known as the Kiki Challenge, and posting videos of it on Twitter and Instagram.
If you weren’t one of those people, kudos to you.
The recent craze might sound like a bit of harmless fun, but it can be quite dangerous. In fact, many people were harmed in the making of their Kiki Challenge videos!
Drake fans from the Arab world also stepped up to the challenge, including those in Jordan.
Several Jordanian news websites claimed that security authorities have banned the Kingdom’s residents from taking part in this challenge, however, a security source told Roya that no one has been fined for dancing to Kiki.
The source did say, however, that the challenge itself is indirectly a violation of the law, as it falls under “reckless driving” and endangers the lives of others.
If a traffic police officer catches you doing the deed, you will be fined for “reckless driving,” the source told Roya.
Our favourite Kiki Challenge video from Jordan was this one (wait until the end):
As for the videos that will make you hate Kiki:
LMFAOOOOO pic.twitter.com/iUCVN19qWm— carolina???? (@caarolin9) July 15, 2018