The fever of ‘Kiki challenge’ has gripped urban youth. It all started with rapper Drake’s number “In my feelings”, stepping out of moving cars and dancing all of a sudden on the busy roads.
Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi shared the video and it become a rage in India as well. Actors like Adah Sharma and Nia Sharma endorsed Kiki challenge further. The challenge may prove dangerous as its accident prone.
“The video I shared had turned out to be fake, but what was shown in it is what everyone doing the ‘Kiki Challenge’ is prone to. Please refrain from doing this horrible challenge that can take innocent lives, think about the ones who love you, your life is precious! Say no to Kiki,” urged Vivek on his twitter. The daring challenge even has the police on high alert as they sent out worried tweets and advisories.
Uttar Pradesh police sent out a tweet on Monday, “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 Kiki challenge.”
Hyderabad police had issued a notice that youngsters should refrain from Kiki challenge or one can be booked for it.
I couldn’t resist doing the #kikichallenge @Drake so I sneaked out of my shoot in my athleisure look from the 50’s😁 n did it .💃
Ok bye ! I hope no one noticed I was missing from shoot 😁😁😁
.#inmyfeelingschallenge #drake #inmyfeelings #kiki #kikidoyouloveme #kiki #kikinda pic.twitter.com/8PtH77s33M
— Adah Sharma (@adah_sharma) July 28, 2018