A screen grab of the song Habibi Do You Love Me inspired by Drake’s song In My Feelings
As the Kiki Challenge continues to rage on, an Afghan blogger has made a parody of the Drake song too; only that this one is sexist. Habibi Do You Love Me was released last week by Dawood Savage, aka Muslim Drake– as he calls himself. The song stereotypes women as wives doing household chores.
Habibi Do You Love Me calls out to Aisha, Fatima and Khadija, wondering whether they can cook, clean and recite the Quran.
This Kiki Challenge parody at first claims that the man can have “four wifeys”. It also desires that these women, who are seen as domesticated wives, be exclusive to their husband.
“Look, Afghanis really love Hijabis. Hijabis with modesty,” the song goes on.
The Kiki Challenge is based on Canadian rapper Drake’s song ‘In My Feelings’. The challenge involves jumping out of a moving vehicle and dancing the song. United States-based comedian Shoker was perhaps the one to have invented the challenge.
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