"cryptiq_is_a_fag.avi" is a short Moon Man song produced by xddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd and released to youtube on August 5, 2015. It uses "We Fight It!" by Mixla as the backing track, which Moon Man also used in his hit song "Feminists 2.0".
This song is composed of quotes or paraphrases from four Eminem songs, "The Real Slim Shady", "Not Afraid", "Lose Yourself", and "The Way I Am", all four of which have been used as backing tracks in other Moon Man songs.
The song is rare in that Moon Man does not say anything particular offensive in it. He makes some sexual references to the waifu who is the song's subject, but he isn't demeaning about it. There are also hints of violence ("Not afraid to destroy other waifus" and "Come take my gun") but nothing explicit. While none but most faggoted of sjws consider the world "waifu" offensive, it is the closest Moon Man comes to making a racial slur or even mentioning race at all.
It is unclear who exactly the waifu described in the song represents, whether Audrina Patridge or one of Moon Man's many other Moon Women. It is also not known who the Cryptiq named in the title is.
This song appears as track 5 on the remix compilation album Beating Another Dead Nigger, where it is one of three alternate versions of "Feminists 2.0", the other two being "Kairee" and "Raidforums", all of them produced by xddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd..
May I have your attention please? I'm not afraid, I'm not afraid To destroy other waifus To destroy other waifus Everybody, everybody Come take my gun Come take my gun We'll walk through England together Through the storm Whatever weather Cold or warm Her hands are sexy Tits cute Legs are cool Has food on her hat already She's nervous But on the surface she looks calm and ready To destroy other waifus But she keeps on forgetting what she wrote down And I am True waifu If I wasn't Then why would I say I am In the paper, the news, every day I--