Drake's #InMyFeelingsChallenge started as a fun viral dance challenge that quickly turned a bit dangerous when people decided to jump out of moving cars to make their rendition more unique. If you've gotten away with your contribution to the online sensation, consider yourself lucky since doing the dance in Egypt could land you a fine up to $167 and a year in prison.

If for some reason the dance resulted in injury or death, your case could be passed on to prosecutors for a more serious sentencing. Bloomberg reports that three social media influencers were arrested for doing the two-step in Abu Dhabi and authorities cited the moves as endangering the lives of others and offending public morals - yikes.

In other Drake news, he's said to be filming the video for "In My Feelings" in New Orleans and Big Freedia may very well be making a cameo. Fans thought Shiggy (the man who started the dance challenge) would for sure be in it but he denied the reports just yesterday.