Among those taking up the risky challenge are movie stars like Adah Sharma and Regina Cassandra, despite a tweet from Mumbai police requesting people not to take it up putting themselves and others at risk. Tens of thousands of social media users have uploaded their own version of the Kiki challenge on various platforms. It works like this: as Drake's "In My Feelings" plays in a moving vehicle, a person jumps out and begins dancing alongside while the auto continues down the street.
In a comment on their post, the DOTr clarified that they are discouraging the public from taking part in the dance challenge, reminding the public to take their safety into consideration before attempting to go viral. The innovative messages will surely force you to think how unsafe this challenge can turn out to be for your life.
Abu Dhabi recently issued warrants for the arrest of three social media influencers who participated in the challenge and Spain released a video showing how risky some of the videos are.
He got out of the vehicle, dances for a moment and gets hit by the auto he was supposed to jump on.
Police in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh also issued a warning to parents about the dangers of the Kiki challenge. UP Police shared a compilation of videos where the challenge went wrong and the teens taking it ended up hurting themselves, with the message "not every challenge is worth taking".