Jaylen Norwood, 22, slipped on an oil patch while he was dancing to the Drake song "In My Feelings" in the middle of a street in Boynton Beach, according to a video of the incident first posted on Thursday.
The #KiKiChallenge, also known as #InMyFeelingsChallenge, involves a participant who opens passenger door of a moving auto and dances along side it to the opening lines of Drake's hit from his latest album Scorpion.
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. "Are you riding? Said you'd never ever leave from beside me, cause I want you and I need you, and I'm down for you always". It involves jumping out of a moving vehicle and then dancing alongside it.
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"Sooo i was originally suppose [sic] to jump on the hood of the vehicle but i slipped on that damn wet spot and this nigga ran me over", he wrote.
The police warns, "Kiki Challenge may land you in a hospital bed or behind bars, depending on what you do and where you are".
In other countries as well, the police have warned the public against doing the challenge after witnessing several people getting injured in freak accidents. According to media reports, UAE has ordered arrest and a fine of United States $ 500 for these challengers. After that he went viral and everyone began trying to "Do the Shiggy".