Florida man receives national attention for failed 'In My Feelings' challenge video

Florida man receives national attention for failed 'In My Feelings' challenge video

Florida man receives national attention for failed 'In My Feelings' challenge video

While Jaylen Norwood originally planned to reach the top ranks of the latest "In My Feelings" challenge with a stunt in which he would jump on the hood of a moving auto while performing the viral dance routine, the Boynton Beach native reached his goal in a much more painful manner when he was struck by the vehicle instead.

One person said: 'Hahaha, I was laughing my a** off watching this video'.

The National Transportation Safety Board posted a cautionary message on its Facebook page saying "We're sharing concerns about the #InMyFeelings challenge while driving".

However, the dare has received a lot of warnings after it went wrong for several people. If you're not familiar, it's where someone gets out of their auto and dances in the street to DRAKE's "In My Feelings".

Seconds before he planned to jump on the auto, he slipped and was hit by the vehicle. Later, footballer Odell Beckham Jr's post- his dance video doing Shiggy's moves on road jumping out of a vehicle, became viral and this gave birth to Ki Ki challenge.

Just before he leapt onto the vehicle he slipped and was hit by an oncoming vehicle.

The challenge began when Instagram user theshiggyshow posted a video of himself dancing to Drake's song "In My Feelings" on a road. "Keke never loved me lmfaooooo".

Ahram Online is reporting that participating in the dance challenge in Egypt could land you in jail. That gave rise to the safety warnings regarding the challenge. Later American footballer Odell Beckham Jr also recorded himself dancing outside his vehicle.

Drake has since thanked Shiggy for the success of "In My Feelings" that went to No 1 in the charts.

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