20.07 2018 11:18h

How This Influencer Helped Drake Snag A Number One Record

This viral dance challenge is taking the internet by storm
In My Feelings, In My Feelings Challenge, Do The Shiggy, Drake

It all started with an Instagrammer dancing in the streets.

Shiggy a.k.a. @theshiggyshow is a comedian-creator famous for posting short video skits on his Instagram. 

Two weeks ago he uploaded a video of himself dancing to Drake's song "In My Feelings" from the Canadian rapper's newly-released album Scorpion.

Haven't seen the video that kicked off the #shiggychallenge dance craze? Here it is below . . .  

#Mood : KEKE Do You Love Me ? @champagnepapi #DoTheShiggy #InMyFeelings

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The challenge didn't really take off until New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. shared his own take on the dance . . . 

 

. . .  And then celebrities around the world started getting in on the action.

From superstar Will Smith in Budapest . . . 

 

. . .  to actress Shay Mitchell and influencer-producer King Bach in L.A.

 

Enjy Kiwan found it a bit more, ahem, challenging.

As you can see, it isn't as easy as it looks.

Some are better at it than others . . .

He’s legit me hyping my friends up on a night out #inmyfeelingschallenge

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. . . But at the end of the day, as long as you had fun making your #shiggychallenge video that's all that matters.

According to High Snobiety Drake recently shared an Instagram story, crediting Shiggy with helping him score a number one record.

The two were out partying it up a few days ago when the rapper shared this exciting information with his audience.

“Oh my goodness. Man got me a number 1 record today. Oh my god!” Drake said, as he and Shiggy spent the night out on the town.

Have you made your own #inmyfeelings challenge video? Share a link to it in the comments below.

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