Cops Aren’t Kicked Up About the Kiki Challenge: Issue Advisories and Warnings

By on August 3, 2018

KiKi challenge is the latest viral challenge taking over the internet which involves a person riding shotgun to jump out and groove to the signature moves of Canadian rapper Drake’s hit song ‘In My Feelings’ while the person driving the car films them.

The challenge gained momentum from June 30 when comedian Shiggy posted a video of himself busting some slick moves to the ‘In My Feelings’ song.

There are some hilarious challenge videos out on social media with even dogs and cats involved!

Indian Instagram celebs like Harsh Sharma and Adah Sharma along with netizens were also quick to jump onto the bandwagon:

But while people across the world are accepting the challenge, it sure has sent alarm bells ringing for police departments across the world!

The challenge, also known as #InMyFeelingsChallenge has so far invited legal action in UAE, Jordan, Kuwait and Egypt and now police departments from Indian cities are warning people against taking up the challenge which has led to serious injuries for some people.

UP police and Mumbai police have tweeted on the perils of the challenge while police in Chandigarh and Hyderabad have issued advisories warning people to refrain from accepting the challenge.



Punjab Police’s official twitter handle had a tongue and cheek warning to share with netizens along with a video which showed some epic fails.

Jaipur Police tweeted a warning that’s hard to miss:






















What do you think, are police departments right in asking people to refrain from taking up this challenge or is alright to ‘Shiggy’ to the beats on city roads?

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