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KeKe Crash? Jenelle Evans Nearly Hit By Car On Busy Street While Dancing To Drake

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:46 a.m. ET

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Scariest KeKe challenge ever?

Jenelle Evans jumped out of her car to do the KeKe challenge on the side of the road and was almost hit by a car in a dangerous video she posted.

Fans were outraged by the trouble Teen Mom 2 star as she attempted to do the viral Internet sensation KeKe Challenge to Drake’s “In My Feelings” song – but her dance moves were the least of her problems.

While the mother of three was twerking on the side of the road when a passing car nearly crossed the double yellow lines to avoid crashing into her.

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Evans was behind the steering wheel before she hopped out of the car inches away from the double yellow lines in the road.

“My turn,” she captioned the video post. “Showing the kids their mom still has dance moves.”

Critics ripped into Evans for the dangerous move.

“Can’t have been parked too carefully if you made another driver have to take over on double yellow lines,” a commenter noted on her post.

Evans was recently caught pulling a gun on a man after a road rage incident which Radar exclusively reported.

She claimed to Dr. Drew that she suffered from PTSD after the incident but “didn’t think” about how it would traumatize her young son, Jace, who was in the car during the frightening incident.

What do you think about Jenelle’s KeKe challenge video? Sound off in comments below.

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