On early Monday morning, J-Hope uploaded his version of the challenge to Twitter, along with the hashtags, “#InMyFeelingsChallenge” and “#HopeOnTheStreet,” with the latter being a reference to the star’s “Hope On The Street” freestyle dance videos.
Like other participants of the challenge, J-Hope exits out of a moving vehicle to dance along to Drake’s “In My Feelings” while someone records him from inside the car. With the 24-year-old being the lead dancer of BTS, performing the short dance routine was no sweat for him.
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Internet sensation Shiggy began the challenge a few weeks ago, catching the attention of major celebrities such as Odell Beckham Jr, Ciara, Tinashe, Kevin Hart, Will Smith, Steve Aoki, Millie Bobby Brown and Drake himself. Each of these stars has several millions views to their videos, with one of the most popular being Ciara’s, which has surpassed 10 million views on Instagram.
While her video took two weeks to reach that count, J-Hope’s version is on track to break that, having surpassed six million views in under 24 hours, all thanks to BTS’ global fanbase.