Sticking Out Your Gyat for the Rizzler (Explained)

A still of a sticking out your gyat for the rizzler video

If you are or know a member of Gen Alpha, you've likely encountered the "Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler" song (also known as the "Fanum tax" song or the "Skibidi" song). Set to the tune of SUICIDAL-IDOL's "ecstacy," this viral earworm began making the rounds on TikTok in early October 2023.

The song (such as it is) consists of the following lyrics:

Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler

You're so Skibidi

You're so Fanum tax

I just wanna be your sigma

Freaking come here

Give me your Ohio

(You can listen to the original version of the song here.)

To anyone who is not terminally online, these lyrics probably appear to be nonsense. And while that's somewhat true, the song does have a "meaning," if you understand the slang it includes.

The slang of "Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler"

  • GYAT: GYAT is an expression coined by streamer YourRAGE. Originally, GYAT stood for "god your a** thicc," and YourRAGE shouted it when he saw bootylicious women. Now, netizens use GYAT as a general expression of shock or surprise.
  • Rizzler: A rizzler is a person who has a lot of rizz (a synonym for charm). Primarily, people apply this label to men who are skilled at picking up women.
  • Skibidi: The "Skibidi Dop Yes" song has appeared in various memes, but most recently went viral as part of the Skibidi Toilet series. This series consists of videos in which animated heads are flushed down toilets, while a remixed version of "Skibidi Dop Yes" plays.
  • Fanum tax: Fanum tax is a more-specific term for "food tax" (in which someone steals a bit of a friend's food). It is named after streamer Fanum, who often steals food from members of his streaming group.
  • Sigma: A sigma, or sigma male, is a loner who stands outside the "typical" male social hierarchy. This term is most often used in contrast to alpha male and beta male.
  • Ohio: Online, Ohio has gained a reputation for being the strangest US state. Thus, references to Ohio's strangeness appear in various memes.

What does the "Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler" song mean?

With those translations plugged in, the "Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler" song ... still doesn't make much sense. How do you stick out a gyat? What does it mean to be Fanum tax? How can you be someone's sigma? And perhaps most importantly, how many people own Ohio?

Most likely, the "Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler" song does not have a meaning. Instead, it's intended to be so packed with contextless slang that you can't help but laugh at it. These sorts of contextless meme and slang mash-ups are nothing new, and "sticking out your gyat for the rizzler" isn't the first of these "slang overload" memes to go viral. It may, however, be the catchiest iteration of the "slang overload" phenomenon.