Video: Will Smith Shares His Extreme Version of Drake's 'In My Feelings' Challenge

The 'Suicide Squad' actor takes the popular challenge to another level by dancing on top of Chain Bridge in Budapest.

AceShowbiz - Will Smith has accepted "In My Feelings" challenge, which involves dancing to Drake's hit song, and he showed everyone how to win it. Spending his last day in Budapest, the 49-year-old actor decided to do the viral dance challenge on top of Chain Bridge although he was not sure whether it was legal or not.

The Philadelphia native took to Instagram on Thursday, July 12 to post a video of him doing the extreme action. The video sees Will watching Ciara and Russell Wilson's version of the challenge and then he looked at the city's iconic bridge from his room's window. Afterward, "The Pursuit of Happyness" star eventually went up there.

"There's no way, no way this is legal," Will panted as he climbed the bridge. Not long after that, he arrived on the top of the bridge and started dancing as a drone camera recorded his movements from various angles.

"I woke up this morning in my feelings and I was like, 'I got to let them out,' " the Academy Award nominee told his 17.7 million followers in the end of the video.

Even though Will appeared to perform the dance fearlessly, he admitted that he was actually terrified. "Last day in Budapest. I woke up #InMyFeelings I'ma keep it," he wrote on the caption. "I was TERRIFIED up there. That's why my dance moves is all STIFF! Haha #InMyFeelingsChallenge #DoTheShiggy."

Will's epic video went viral quickly and Drake even wrote a comment on the video, praising the actor's creativity. "Wow the video is done," the Canadian rapper said.

"In My Feelings" becomes one of popular tracks from Drake's latest album "Scorpion" thanks to the viral challenge. The song is allegedly dedicated to the rapper's ex-girlfriend and TV personality Keshia Chante, who is also known as KeKe. "In My Feelings" is not the only song dedicated to her though. He also wrote "Fallen" for her back in 2009.

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