Trucker’s dash cam catches the moment a ‘KeKe challenge’ is unknowingly done in front of police
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The KeKe challenge needs to die already- and watching someone fail miserably at it is more entertaining than seeing a thousand unoriginal copies of it going right.

Such was the case in Oklahoma last month, when a truck driver’s dash camera captured the moment two young lads instantly regretted trying to participate in that cursed gift by Drake.

The truck driver was stuck in traffic when he noticed the boys partaking in the “challenge,” only to draw the attention of a Tulsa Police officer, who immediately lit up the car that was taking part in the stunt.

In what is likely the funniest part of the video, the driver began laughing hysterically.

“How lovely,” he cackled.

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