Doja Cat 'split challenge' goes VIRAL on TikTok but there are fears it might be dangerous | The Sun

TIKTOKERS have tried to emulate pop star Doja Cat's iconic choreography with mixed results.

This stunt is probably best left to professionals.


TikTok has another viral challenge among the one billion videos viewed each day on the platform.

Fans are attempting to do a full split while in sync with the beat of Doja Cat's song Like That featuring Gucci Mane.

Doja Cat herself performed the move in the final frame of the song's music video.

The #dojasplitchallenge has almost 10million views on TikTok.

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The Doja Cat split challenge is not for everyone.

Attempting to do a split with no training or preparation is not advisable – regardless of how easy TikTok can make it look.

The platform's algorithm has a track record of promoting videos and challenges that could easily result in injury.

The infamous milk crate challenge caused many violent falls and injuries during its viral moment in 2021.

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TikTok is currently being sued by the parents of two children who died attempting a disturbing and dangerous viral challenge.

TikTok told Newsweek: "We do not allow content that encourages, promotes, or glorifies dangerous behavior that might lead to injury, and our teams work diligently to identify and remove content that violates our policies.

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Because of TikTok's emergence, influencers have become musicians, and musicians have been called upon to become influencers.

Doja Cat has more than 25million followers on her TikTok account and posts regularly to promote music and interface with fans.

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