Drake's "In My Feelings" has officially made it to the number 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. The success of the song has been attributed in part to a viral dance challenge, referred do as #InMyFeelings or #DotheShiggy, started by comedian Shiggy. Since the challenge kicked off, the trend's hashtag has been tweeted over 2.5 million times, with celebrities like Will Smith, Ciara, Odell Beckham Jr., and even Drake himself taking part.

On Drake's Instagram story posted Tuesday, July 17, the rapper filmed Shiggy at a party in Los Angeles, exclaiming, "Oh my goodness. Man got me a number 1 record today. Oh my god!" On his own Instagram story, Shiggy joked that Drake owed him a check for his help making "In My Feelings" pop off. The Shiggy Show social media recently stopped by MTV's TRL to explain the backstory of the viral dance challenge.

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