A petition to leave Kiki alone
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On July 10th 2018, Drake has released a song titled "In My Feelings" for his fifth studio album Scorpion (2018). The insanely annoying yet catchy song kicks off with the opening line “Kiki, do you love me, are you riding?”, was later then went viral along with a futile internet dance challenge called "The Kiki Challenge".
The challenge itself started off by Shiggy, a comedian and social media influencer. He posted the first ever Kiki Challenge dance video on June 30 encouraging his 1.6 million followers to #DoTheShiggy. He also hash tagged #KikiChallenge. And that is how, within weeks, hundreds of people started doing the Kiki dance.
Shiggy himself did not actually jump out of a moving vehicle, instead he was just standing on the street. However, people all over the world just randomly continued the challenge and took it one step further by jumping out of moving cars to dance in the middle of the street while the driver filmed them. Because, why the fuck not? #YOLO. Lol.
Of course, unless you're a buff guy starring in action movies, jumping out of a moving vehicle poses its risks, let alone dancing in the middle of the street. While we can all agree that this is just another form of natural selection where people who aren't very bright have less chance to survive, this challenge also emerges some other issues.
It fucking pissed Kiki off (and me too)! Have you ever thought about her feelings when random rednecks, stupid teenagers, and mentally underdeveloped people keep asking her every seconds, every day, if she loves them? If she's riding (riding what?)? No, you never did, because you only think about yourself!
Now please just leave Kiki alone.
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