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Don't Drake and Drive Gone wrong #DoTheShiggy inspired by #InMyFeelingsChallenge

Another web fever erupted in the mid-year of 2018, musicians, actors, celebrities and social media users Recording themselves dancing to the Drake tune "In My Feelings".

Fortunately, this video does not capture a woman actually being hit by a car while performing the Keke challenge.

These recordings were frequently imparted to labels, for example, #InMyFeelingsChallenge, #dotheshiggy (after Instagram humorist Shiggy, who began the test) and #kekechallenge (named after the sentimental enthusiasm for the tune).
Last day in Budapest. I woke up #InMyFeelings I’ma Keep It 💯... I was TERRIFIED up there. That’s why my dance moves is all STIFF! Haha #InMyFeelingsChallenge #DoTheShiggy . Be smart, don’t attempt doing this under any circumstances. . 🎥: @jas @aidan @aaronjonferguson
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While a large number of these recordings were engaging (look at Will Smith moving over a scaffold), in no less than one of them, as per the Internet, a Keke Challenger encountered an unfortunate and conceivably lethal turn as she was struck by a vehicle in the demonstration.

Jaylen Norwood from Boynton Beach in Florida is seen exiting the car as the song plays. He starts dancing on the road but then slips on a patch of oil, and just then, a car comes in his direction and hits him.

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Don't Drake and Drive Gone wrong #DoTheShiggy inspired by #InMyFeelingsChallenge


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