(SPOT.ph) In case you missed it, the latest dance craze to take over everyone's social media feeds this July is the #InMyFeelings challenge. "So apparently I got out and tripped and fell and hit my head", she told the station.
This is the hilarious moment a Russian Instagram star tries to perform a viral dance challenge only to walk straight into the door of a moving vehicle and fall flat on her back. The challenge, which has gone viral around the world, involves a person dancing to Canadian singer Drake's song In My Feelings outside their moving vehicle.
The challenge is known as #InMyFeelings, #DoTheShiggy or the #KekeChallenge, and sees wannabe or professional dancers jump out of a moving vehicle (going at about 10mph), do the routine and then jump back in, while the driver films the whole thing.
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The 18-year-old from Bettendorf, Iowa was driving around town with friends on July 23 when she thought it would be fun to do the challenge. Anna had fractured her skull, had blood clots in her ear and bleeding in her brain - all from trying to take part in a viral trend. Anna was unconscious after falling and she was quickly transported to a hospital.
Now, she says she's learned a lesson about partaking in popular trends and fads. "I did it with care and precaution was taken", she told the media.
Reacting to this, Nivedita apologized and requested her supporters not to take up such challenges."I did it for fun and was not aware that it was risky".