A rotating rigid body have an angular momentum which is equal to the product of where is the moment of inertia and is the angular velocity.
If a rigid-body spins along its main Axes it will continue spinning unless there is a torque acts on it.
A torque equals to the vector product of x where is the force and is the distance from the rotation axis and its direction is acording to Right - hand grip rule.

When a torque acts on a rotating rigid body it will change the value and the direction of the angular momentum, /= (see animation 1)

A disk that has a mass M and a moment of inertia I rotates fast with an angular velocity of around a rod with a negligible mass along the x axis - see vedio illustration.

How do you think the disk motion will be?

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Fantastic :-)

Wrong answer:-(think about the torque caused by Mg.

Wrong answer:-(think about the torque caused by Mg.

The scientific explanation which is present before the video is of high quality since it explains a very complex subject in a good and invested way, unfortunately, because I don't come from physics field, I couldn't understand the theoretical material and the question clearly, perhaps you should explain it in a more simplified way to fit everyone, but certainly the question and the video on the high end, but there is still place for improvement.