Well, it looks like Frank Ocean didn't have a special message for Chipotle after all.
The singer was in the middle of a lawsuit with the popular Mexican chain restaurant after he backed out of lending his vocals to its new marketing campaign—which he was paid a $212,500 advance for. But that wasn't what made the story so buzzworthy.
After the public caught wind of the lawsuit, Ocean posted a photo of a cashier's check for the previously stated amount to Chipotle on his Tumblr page, and on the bottom left corner in the memo box, he wrote "F--k off."
Oh whaaaaat?! Things got hot in the kitchen real quick.
But unfortunately, as exciting and juicy as all of that was, we now find out it was fake—at least, the F-off part was.
The Channel Orange singer did pay the restaurant the amount owed, resulting in the lawsuit being dropped, but Ocean never wrote an expletive-filled message to the chain on the check.
"We received a check, yes (and have dropped the suit)," Chris Arnold, Communications Director for Chipotle, tells E! News. "It, however, did not say 'f--k off' on the memo line as it did in the photos he posted."
Arnold added, "Nice stunt, though, Frank."