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OK guys, let's just admit it. The 'Kiki Challenge', or as some people call it, the 'In My Feelings Challenge' has now officially gone too far.
OK, some of these challenges are fun, some are even for a good cause - although the 'Ice Bucket Challenge' stopped being cool when your mam did it - but most of them are completely stupid.
However, this latest challenge, which usually involves jumping out of a car - which you shouldn't do, by the way - and dancing along pretending to drive whilst a Drake song plays, has gone too far for a completely different reason.
It's been taken up by one of the FBI's 10 most wanted criminals, a man who is wanted for two murders (he's accused of being an assassin for the infamous Gangster Disciples gang) and had a ransom of $100,000 on his head.
His name is Antwan Mims and he was finally brought under arrest in College Park, Georgia, the other day.
He was taken to an aeroplane, so he could be extradited to face his charges, but upon their arrival at Benton Harbor, Michigan, he decided to smile, start miming driving a car, and dance along in the style that will be immediately familiar to anyone who has seen the Kiki Challenge before now.
The whole thing was captured on video by WNDU-TV who showed him doing the dance, and making a love heart gesture with his hands.
Once the people responsible for transporting him realised what he was doing, they swiftly ushered him towards the waiting police car, so he could be taken away without further incident.
Mims stands accused of murdering two men, Cortez Miller, and Michael Johnson at a house party on March 25th in front of around 100 horrified guests.
He has been accused of shooting them initially to floor them, and then shooting each of them in the head - execution style - before calmly walking away.
Both the victims were the fathers of young children.
He is accused of their murder, as well as felony weapons charges and possession of a weapon whilst a felon. He was taken to the Benton County jail before he has his day in court.
The Benton Harbor Director of Public Safety didn't see the funny side of the dancing stunt. Dan McGinnis said: "It's almost like it was a joke. He's taken two people's lives,"
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