Benton Harbor, MI – A suspect in a double murder who was on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Most Wanted list busted out in the “Kiki Challenge” during a custody exchange at an airport (video below).
Antwan Mims, who began grinning when he saw news cameras filming his arrival, literally danced across the tarmac from the airplane to the police SUV waiting at Southwest Michigan Regional Airport on Monday, WNDU reported.
In the video captured by WNDU, the man accused of the cold-blooded killing of two young fathers at a party in March, performed an adequate rendition of the Kiki, a dance move that resulted from Drake’s popular song “In My Feelings.”
As authorities led Mims to the waiting vehicle, he faced waiting reporters and held up both of his shackled hands and made a heart, and then mimicked driving, and pushing to the side before he proceeded to the police vehicle, the video showed.
The officials with Mims didn’t attempt to stop him from dancing, and a couple were smiling and seemed amused in the video. The footage was shared on social media and quickly went viral.
But not everybody was amused by the killer’s antics.
“It's almost like it was a joke. He's taken two people's lives," Benton Harbor Director of Public Safety Dan McGinnis told WNDU.
Local, state, and federal law enforcement worked together for four months to locate and capture Mims in the city of College Park, Georgia on July 31.
"He's an extremely dangerous individual. Any person that would do that is, gotta be off the streets, gotta be off the streets," Direct McGinnis said.
Mims allegedly shot 22-year-old Cortez Miller and 29-year-old Michael Johnson at a house party on Lavette Street in Benton Harbor on March 25, according to WNDU.
One both men were on the ground, Mims shot Miller in the back of the head and Johnson in the face in front of more than 100 witnesses, police said.
No motive for the shootings is known, but Mims was believed to have been a hit man for the Gangster Disciples street gang, WNDU reported.
"It makes you wonder where a person's mindset is to be that cold blooded. It's why he's so dangerous - to go up and do that, in front of all those witnesses is unconscionable," Director McGinnis said.
Mims was transported to the Berrien County Jail on Aug. 13.
You can see his rendition of the Kiki Challenge in the video below: