The “Sticking your gyat out for the Rizzler” song is all over TikTok, and it has people wondering things like, “What is Fanum tax?” The lyrics to this short song are incomprehensible to someone not familiar with Gen Z lingo, especially since it really doesn’t mean much of anything. We’ll break down the lyrics and explain what “give me your Ohio” means below.
“Sticking Out Your Gyat For the Rizzler” Lyrics and Meaning
These are the lyrics to “Sticking Out Your Gyat For the Rizzler.”:
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.
The song was originally posted by TikTok user @ovp.9 and is sung over a video of a Fortnite character dancing. The tune is a riff on a “Slowed” remix of the song “ecstasy” by Suicidal-Idol, which was a hit on YouTube before crossing over to TikTok and going viral.
As for what the lyrics mean, let’s break them down:
- Gyat: Short for “God Damn.” The term was popularized by streamer Kai Cenat and is derived from the stereotypical reaction of a male to a female with a large posterior.
- Rizzler: Rizz is short for “charisma” and refers to the property of attracting women easily and being desirable. (Think of Austin Powers Mojo, and you’re on the right track.) So, a Rizzler is a person who has rizz.
- Skibidi: A reference to the YouTube “Skibidi Toilet” series.
- Fanum tax: Refers to the Twitch streamer Phanum, who is known for his schtick of taking a bit of food from people’s plates who are around him, which he calls a “Fanum tax.”
- Sigma: Someone who has the success and respect of a stereotypical Alpha Male but doesn’t actively participate in the Alpha/Beta dichotomy. John Wick is pointed to as an example of this archetype.
- “I want to be your Ohio”: This is just a reference to many memes about Ohio.
However, put together, the lyrics don’t have a particular meaning. It’s just a goofy stream of Gen Z memes sung by a kid playing Fortnite.