Minnesota State Patrol Says You Shouldn’t KiKi and Drive
Sgt. Jesse Grabow of the Minnesota State Patrol was recently asked about the "Kiki Challenge" If you're not familiar, it's people filming themselves getting out of their car as it's moving to dance to Drake's song "In My Feelings".
The trooper urged parents to talk to their teens, talked about how dangerous this stunt is, and explained that it is very illegal: "This is a very good topic to have a conversation on with your children and friends. As one would expect, there are going to be multiple risks involved with jumping out of a moving vehicle and dancing alongside it in the middle of the road. This is a safety issue for the driver, the dancing pedestrian and the rest of the motoring public. People involved with this could receive a citation for distracted driving, no seat belt use or more. If a crash was to occur, a driver could be charged with reckless driving or even criminal vehicular injury or homicide depending on the severity of a crash. In addition, it is illegal to take a video while driving."
Listen to "In My Feelings" with Dunken & Samm in the morning on 106.9 KROC, but don't KiKi and drive!