By: Rizoh
      " Ghost-riding the whip," a relatively new fad in which a driver exits the car and dances around or on top of the moving vehicle, has claimed two lives and led to several injuries in others. Ghost-riding (also known as "ghosting") was ushered in with the west coast-bred hip-hop subgenre known as hyphy. 
       Last month, 18-year old Davender Gulley, died after his head slammed into a parked car while he was hanging out the window of an SUV in Stockton, according to police reports. In October, a 36-year-old man dancing on top of a moving vehicle fell, hit his head and died in what authorities noted as Canada’s first ghost riding fatality.
      E-40′s hyphy smash "Tell Me When to Go" is a highly favored ghost-riding soundtrack. The song offers a step-by-step on how to undertake the ghost-riding stunt, and includes the lyrics: "Ghostride the whip."

 


  • http://www.ihiphop.com/MizzHaiti ladyboss

    Dumb Fuccers!!!! wat the hell were they thinkin…its a song…u r not supposed to take that shyt literally. Wld u go to the movies see Jackass 2 and then perform the stunts…NO…but if u were on acid u mite…but thats ma 2 cents on that!! Think twice Kids…

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/thugcat Street Hustle Muzik

    Yeah pretty fuckin stupid Keep 40′s name out of it ….These dumb mutha fuckas was tryin to do some shit they seen on TV …the difference is they were making a video…wut was these 2 doing?