Over the weekend a video began circulating on social media featuring Halifax Regional Police officer Jordan Sheppard dancing in the middle of the crowded intersection that houses Halifax's Pizza Corner.
Drake has dropped the video for his viral track In My Feelings - and BTS fans should probably watch it all the way to the end. Millions of people tweeted about the challenge but some took it to risky extremes by jumping out of moving cars to perform the dance.
The In My Feelings video pokes fun at the song going viral, with Shiggy acting as a loud-mouthed PA as Drake wakes up from a "terrifying" dream. The cinematic clip was directed by Karena Evans and saw La La Anthony playing Drizzy's love interest Keke and Phylicia Rashad playing the role of her mother.
Celebrities abound as Drake strolls through the streets of New Orleans in his In My Feelings video.
A montage of clips at the end of the seven minute video shows celebrities including Will Smith, Millie Bobby Brown, DJ Khaled and Queer Eye's Fab 5 performing their own version of The Shiggy. It's unclear at the moment if Shiggy himself will make a cameo in the video or not, but we'll know in a matter of hours if so.
Washington, 7 other states file suit to block 3D printing of firearms
A 1988 federal law - drafted with NRA support - barred the manufacture, sale or possession of an undetectable firearm. The Trump administration previously ruled to allow Wilson and Defense Distributed to publish the blueprints.