10 facts about Kiki dance challenge, why are youth going crazy about it
Kiki Challenge is becoming a rage across the world and Indian celebrities are not far behind in taking up this challenge. But the police authorities are getting wary about this sensation
New Delhi, July 31, News24 Bureau: What exactly is Kiki dance challenge which is becoming a widespread craze across the world. So much so that the police and the government have stepped in as it has become a major law and order concern across the world. Here are the 10 things you wanted to know about Kiki Dance Challenge:1. As part of the "Kiki" dance challenge, people get out of a slowly moving car and leave the door open as they dance alongside it in sync with the music.2. This is a dance challenge in which you have to descend from your moving car and perform.
3. If one checks the social feeds one will see videos where people step out of their cars, and dance to the tunes of a Drake track, called ‘In My Feelings’ from his latest album ‘Scorpion’.4. Kiki Challenge comes from the lyrics of the song: “Kiki, do you love me?” Certainly it is not the Canadian rapper who prompted this viral challenge which is making the youth go crazy.5. On June 30 internet comedian Shiggy posted a video of him dancing on the streets on June 30, hence the alternative names #ShiggyChallenge or #DoTheShiggy.
6. What’s remarkable, though, is that Shiggy’s video didn’t involve any vehicle. There was NFL star Odell Beckham Jr, who joined the challenge a few days later and can be seen stepping out of his stationary car. Somewhere amidst the internet noise, the cars started moving.7. Then we saw Instagram comedian Shiggy posting a video of him grooving to the song on the road and called it the #InMyFeelings or #ShiggyChallenge.The next thing we know is people are tagging each other to take the #InMyFeelings or #KekeChallenge.8. So far, Will Smith, Ciara and back home Adah Sharma, Nora Fatehi and Nia Sharma have successfully taken the challenge.
9. Given the dangerous repercussions, police officials from around the world, including India, Spain, the US, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates, have warned citizens against taking the dance challenge on the road.10. If somebody takes up the Kiki challenge in Mumbai and Noida then he is in for a trouble. Mumbai OPolice tweeted thus: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,' Noida Police tweeted.