In case you don't remember, these two artists have publicly traded blows via Twitter, making it very clear that there was tension between them. But when Ocean came out as a gay man, Brown remained silent.
But they're not the fighting words that you might be used to hearing (or reading) from the singer.
"My Opinion on the whole Frank Ocean subject is ......... Love who u wanna love. It's ur decision. People stop searching for BS," Brown tweeted earlier today.
The "BS" Breezy is referring to is apparently a report that he told paparazzi in France, "Man, no homo," when asked about Ocean coming out. While the phrase itself is a debate for another time, it has gained popularity in hip-hop culture as something to say when, after giving props to another man, a guy wants to assure that what he said did not have any homosexual connotation.
And though Brown can't say he's never uttered, or at least written, a homophobic slur, he insisted via Twitter that he wasn't trying to offend the Odd Future member.
Ocean has not responded to reports of Brown's alleged diss or his explanatory tweet.
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