Entertainment Drake's 'In My Feelings' Challenge Has Spawned More Than 2.3 Million Tweets

00:35  13 july  2018
00:35  13 july  2018 Source:   billboard.com

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6ix9ine, G Herbo, Juice Wrld, N.O.R.E and more have joined in on the #InMyFeelings challenge inspired by Drake ' s hit song In My Feelings . Late last week, on Friday night (June 29), Shiggy shared his impressive dance moves with his over 1 million followers on Instagram.

The lyrics are from the Drake song " In My Feelings ," which has spawned the #InMyFeelingsChallenge, also known By July 9, Shiggy was trending large on Twitter. As of Tuesday night, his dance clip had racked up over 23,000 retweets and garnered more than 52,000 "likes."

a man wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Drake © Christopher Polk/AMA2016/Getty Images for dcp Drake

Whether Kiki loves Drake or not, her name has been sung by the likes of Ciara, Will Smith, Kevin Hartand more celebrities as part of the viral “In My Feelings” challenge. Originally dubbed #DoTheShiggy on Instagram, the challenge has garnered more than 2.3 million tweets, specifically dedicated to the #kikichallenge, #DoTheShiggy, and terms like Kiki and Keke, Twitter reports. Drake’s name alone has been tweeted more than 7.5 million times since June 29, when his fifth studio album Scorpion was released.

The dance behind the Scorpion track -- which currently sits at No. 6 on the BillboardHot 100 -- has been performed at various locations, from Capetown, South Africa, to Budapest, Hungary.

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Drake is joined by Will Smith to add to the Internet' s new viral In My Feelings challenge . XXL Freshman Show in Los Angeles. Most Popular XXL Freshman Cyphers. The viral " In My Feelings " dance craze has officially gotten the seal of approval from Drake .

The fact that Drake has been able to sustain is really interesting to me." For more on the the " In My Feelings " challenge , watch the video below Tweet Share on Twitter.

This is hardly the first time a song has spawned a viral dance challenge. The '90s song “My Boo” by Ghost Town DJ's made a comeback in 2016 when two high schoolers started a running man dance to the track and two Maryland basketball players had their version spark the #RunningManChallenge. That same year, the #MannequinChallenge took off when another group of students acted frozen in time when “Black Beatles” by Rae Sremmurdcame on. Like the #RunningManChallenge, it was later picked up by athletes and celebrities. 

See the original Shiggy below:

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