Our South Florida Injury Lawyers at Whittel & Melton urge you to think twice before getting wrapped up in the #InMyFeelings Challenge aka the KeKe Challenge.
The “In My Feelings” challenge started earlier this month when well-known rapper Drake came out with a new song.
A dance was created and turned into a dangerous act where drivers jump out of moving cars to participate.
For one man, the challenge went wrong.
A Boynton Beach man was a struck by a car while filming a video for the so-called “In My Feelings” challenge.
The 22-year-old was supposed to hop on the hood of a friend’s car while recording a web video, but he slipped and was struck by the car.
Fortunately the man only suffered minor scrapes.
Our South Florida Auto Accident Injury Attorneys at Whittel & Melton want to warn you against participating in this dangerous and illegal activity. In fact, if you are caught, Florida drivers can accumulate about $1,000 worth of citations for their participation in the KeKe challenge:
- No seatbelt – $114
- Careless driving – $164
- Impede the flow of traffic – $164
- Reckless – $300-$500
- Possible criminal charges if resulting in death or serious bodily harm
So if you want to participate, we urge you to keep both feet on the ground and refrain from jumping out of you car.