Kiki hurts feelings, is a road hazard

Kiki hurts feelings, is a road hazard

Some have been hurt in the process, and cops and parents are losing sleep over it.



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Nivriti Butalia

Published: Thu 2 Aug 2018, 11:59 PM

Last updated: Fri 3 Aug 2018, 2:02 AM

Kiki, shorthand for a song called In My Feelings, sung by Canadian rapper Drake is causing a bit of a storm. People worldwide have embarked on something called the Kiki Challenge or the In My Feelings challenge, wherein youngsters mostly jump out of moving cars and do a jig to the number that goes: Kiki, do you love me?
Some have been hurt in the process, and cops and parents are losing sleep over it.
Last week, Khaleej Times reported that a fine of Dh2,000 and 23 black traffic points would be slapped on motorists caught breaking into this dance, and thereby also flouting the law.
A further deterrent for UAE residents is that, if caught, cars and bikes will be impounded for 60 days.
World over, several verified police handles on Twitter have warned people to play it safe and ease up on the traffic violations of dancing on roads, being a hazard to public safety.


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