The Blue Whale dare is apparently a suicide game where a group of ‘whale’ administrators or curators give a particular task to complete daily for 50 days and at the end, the participant has to commit suicide. This highly dangerous Blue Whale Challenge is so influential that it has led to the first reported death in India when a 14-year-old boy from Mumbai who jumped off the terrace of his building. While we mourn for the little boy, meet another boy who is allegedly responsible for creating the suicidal game. Philipp Budeikin is reportedly one of the men behind the blue whale game and he pleaded guilty in May this year, to inciting teenagers to suicide. Philipp Budeikin, in an interview with Russian press, said that his victims were “biological waste” and he was “cleansing society”. 21-year-old Budeikin was held in St Petersburg, Russia for charges of inciting at least 16 teenage girls to kill themselves by taking part in his “game”, BBC reported. The report added that in Russia Budeikin had previously insisted he was innocent, he had no evil plan and was just having fun. In this game, the daily tasks start off easy, such as listening to certain genres of music, waking up at odd hours, watching a horror movie, among others, and then slowly escalate to carving out shapes on one’s skin, self-mutilation and eventually suicide. Police fear that dozens have ‘played’ the game in Russia at the instruction fo Budeikin and other ‘mentors’, and it can continue to grow. In an interview with St Petersburg News, when asked if he really pushed teenagers to their deaths, Budeikin said: ‘Yes. I truly was doing that. Don’t worry, you’ll understand everything. Everyone will understand. Source: Who is creator of Blue Whale Dare, a dangerous suicide game that killed a 14-year-old Mumbai boy Please be aware, if you come across this.