Police Advise Malaysians To Not Perform This Viral Challenge For Road Safety Reasons

"Keke, do you love me?"

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The 'Keke Challenge' is the latest dance craze to take social media by storm

It all started when American comedian Shiggy posted an Instagram video of himself dancing on the side of a road to Drake's newly released song 'In My Feelings.'

#Mood : KEKE Do You Love Me ? @champagnepapi #DoTheShiggy #InMyFeelings

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Originally dubbed the #DoTheShiggy and #InMyFeelingsChallenge, the dance sensation is now also known as the 'Keke Challenge', in reference to the song's lyrics used in the video.

The viral dance has transitioned slightly since it's origins.

The challenge now involves jumping out of a moving car and performing the dance as the driver records the video.

Not to miss out on the action, several local celebrities have joined in on the fun

Fasha Sandha, Siti Sarah Raisuddin, and Janna Nick have since posted their own versions of the Keke Challenge.

With the dance craze's growing popularity, police have advised Malaysians to stop performing the dance on public roads as it could potentially lead to accidents

City Traffic Enforcement Investigation Department chief Assistant Commissioner Zulkefly Yahya said that, "Thus far, we have yet to receive complaints or reports of road accidents due to 'Keke Challenge,'" New Straits Times reported.

He added that the challenge not only puts the safety of the person performing the challenge at risk, but other road users as well.

If you're thinking of doing the Keke Challenge anyway, just keep this video in mind

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