Two Indian farmers have gone viral on the internet after a video of them performing ‘Kiki Challenge’ in a mud-soaked rice field surfaced online.
The hilarious 40-second video shows them splashing around the field to the famous hip hop song while moving along with their oxen across the muddy farmland.
The two men strut along the dirt, shaking their bodies, before bursting into a full-scale exuberant dance alongside their moving animals.
The pair has since then become an internet sensation with millions across the globe praising them for taking the challenge to an entirely different level.
Their fame skyrocketed when The Daily Show host on Comedy Central, Trevor Noah, featured their video this weekend, declaring the two men the winners of the famous Kiki Challenge.
The Kiki Challenge, also known as In My Feelings Challenge, started last month when Canadian rapper Drake released his new album Scorpion.
Following the release, an Instagram comedian named Shiggy posted a video of himself busting exaggerated moves to Drake’s single, In My Feelings.
Dancing to the song in a Reebok tracksuit outfit in the middle of the road, Shiggy created his own moves according to the lyrics.
He created a love heart with his hands as the song said, “Kiki, do you love me” and interpreted the lyrics “are you riding” by pretending to steer a car.
His video soon went viral and thousands of people across the globe did the challenge by recreating Shiggy’s moves and adding their own twists.
Many celebrities including Hugh Jackman and Will Smith also filmed themselves doing their own versions of the challenge.
Authorities over the globe got concerned when people, as younger as 10-year-olds, began hopping out of their moving vehicles to dance alongside driverless cars amidst moving traffic.