Do you remember the In My Feelings of Keke Challenge which we earlier introduced you about? Yes, we’re talking about the same viral social media challenge which had youngsters jumping out of the moving car and dancing on Drake’s popular song ‘In My Feelings’. The mad challenge is all over the internet with many celebrities stepping up to try their hands on it themselves. Popular TV actresses Bhumika Gurung and Karishma Sharma also came out with their own versions of the In My Feelings Challenge, however, Bhumika’s was way safer.
While fans are going gaga over their Keke challenge videos, someone out there is very disapproving of this latest social media trend. It’s Mumbai Police, who is known for their spectacular tweeting skills. In a recent tweet, their official handle has warned the youngsters about engaging in such stupid social media challenges.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 26, 2018
They even went on to Keke Challenge which emerged from the West, a ‘public nuisance’. They wrote, “Not just a risk for you but your act can put life of others at risk too. Desist from public nuisance or face the music ! #DanceYourWayToSafety #InMySafetyFeelingsChallenge.” Taking a jibe at the challenge, they changed In My Feelings challenge to In My Safety challenge. Earlier, Nia Sharma posted a video of herself taking up the challenge, the difference only being that the car wasn’t moving and she was dancing on a pavement. Similarly, Kushal Tandon shared a viral video of the challenge on his Instagram which shows a baby camel walking while a car with an open door follows its move.
Amateur attempt at #inmyfeelings @champagnepapi 🧚♀️👻👻🎉 tripping over it.. PS: car doesn’t move in mumbai traffic. A post shared by Nia Sharma (@niasharma90) on
Talking about the In My Feelings challenge, we believe our readers are smart enough to not to indulge in such crazy social media challenges. They can not only risk your life but can also create a nuisance for other commuters.