Drake's new song is a potential health hazard

Drake's new song is a potential health hazard

Drake's new album, 'Scorpion', is breaking records around the world, but one song on the offering could see you breaking a few bones. 


If you are a frequent Instagram user, you will probably have seen scores of people, including celebrities, doing the 'In My Feelings' dance challenge. 

The challenge is named after one of the songs on Drake's latest album, 'Scorpion'. 

The viral dance craze sees people jumping out of a slow moving car to dance to the song, while doing choreography started by Instagram star Shiggy. The dance is also called 'Do the Shiggy' or 'The Keke Challenge'. 

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Participants also mime the song's lyrics: 

Kiki, do you love me? Are you riding?
Say you'll never ever leave from beside me
'Cause I want ya, and I need ya
And I'm down for you always

Will Smith, Shay Mitchell, and American NFL player Odell Beckham Jr. are just a few of the celebrities who have done the challenge. 

Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson did the 'In My Feelings' challenge whilst celebrating their anniversary in Cape Town a week ago.

But people participating in the challenge have been advised to stop jumping out of moving cars as they could get seriously hurt. There are even fears they could get hit by a passing car because they are so focused on their dance. 

As if jumping out of a moving car wasn't enough, some participants have done the challenge while standing on a moving motorcycle.

Here's a look at how celebrities have been doing the challenge. Some literally took the dance to new heights! 

'Nice for What' - the second single off Drake's 'Scorpion' album - is currently at number 10 on the Coca-Cola top 40 chart.

Carol Ofori and Ricky take you through 40 of the planet’s hottest songs in our weekly chart show, the Coca-Cola Top 40, on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. 

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