The “In my Feelings” challenge—or the Keke challenge—has been taking the world by storm.
Everyone from Will Smith to farm animals posted videos of themselves doing the song’s signature dance moves.
Many are staged next to a moving car.
Normally, a murder suspect being transferred to Georgia after allegedly killing two men in Michigan would be entirely unrelated news.
But one of the FBI’s most wanted, Antwan Mims, shattered that perception when he burst into the “In my Feelings” dance moves while being escorted on the airport tarmac by officers to a waiting vehicle.
Watch the video here:
Twitter was alarmed.
Antwan Mims a man on the FBI top 10 most wanted …did the keke challenge while getting off the plane on his way to prison …bruhhh
— Smitty the Pope (@SmittyThePope) August 15, 2018
A thug life … 🙂https://t.co/SJvSR8FcBf
— gevarghese (@gevarghese) August 19, 2018
There was surely a better time and place for Mims to get “in his feelings.”
'Another Keke Challenge Failure ' Antwan Mims is captured by the FBI & transported to faces a double murder charge, but this Negreo still drops the “In My Feeling” Dance God's Plan huh
— Black & White Cookie (@messiah2kshow) August 15, 2018
Although some saw it as an opportunity to make a somewhat inappropriate joke.
Two men, Cortez Lamont Miller and Michael Canthrell Johnson, are dead after all.
He “killed it”
— Eric Mackin (@dieselpieces) August 17, 2018
Others pointed out Mims’ impromptu dance moves probably would not bode well for his case.
And all that “remorse” he’s showing for the cameras should go far with a jury! Lol.
— 3rdLeon (@LheureuxLeon) August 17, 2018
So when he stands in court and talks about how remorseful he is, this can be shown to the courtroom…
— Coach B (@apbrandon83) August 17, 2018
It’s hard to believe, but Mims’ Keke Challenge isn’t even the craziest one out there.
Will Smith just won the entire KEKE challenge pic.twitter.com/kdxq66n5dF
— SkyyyPaints (@SomethinBoutSky) July 12, 2018
— Atomified Empire (@atomified) August 13, 2018
— SUBLIMINAL (@innocitto) August 12, 2018
— Emily Costner (@SlimEmm) August 11, 2018
The challenge looks like a fun way to dance like no one is watching—which, oddly enough, is how the best videos go viral.
Just exercise some common sense—and common decency—so no one gets hurt either physically or emotionally.