The man who inadvertently started the "In My Feelings" challenge (a.k.a. the comedian, Shiggy) is now imploring impressionable people to stop getting out of their moving cars to do the dance, as that was never his intent anyway. Shiggy told TMZ that Drake's fans are unnecessarily putting themselves at risk by busting out the viral dance in the midst of heavy traffic on busy streets.


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"Personally I don't really like what's going on with it because it's dangerous [and] a lot of kids are starting to do it," he said. "(...) I never got outside the car or anything [when I did it], I was not really associated with a car with the video. But I think it elevated from getting out of the car, to, now it's a moving car. It's something dangerous and I'd rather people stop doing it and just have fun. Do it safely and have fun. That's what it's mostly about."

Shiggy also said that though it's not a challenge about one upping one another, nobody has been able to top Will Smith's version, just yet anyway. You know, this version:

No car needed. So, yeah, keep it relatively safe out there.