Wayne, who has recently claimed that he is bored of rapping and wants to hang up his microphone to focus on skateboarding, mentions the R&B singer during his cameo on Future’s new single ‘Turn On The Lights’.
Making a bizarre reference to the ‘Channel Orange’ singer’s revelation earlier this year that his first love was a man, he raps:
Tell her I skate/ I ain’t got no worries/ No Frank Ocean, I’m straight.
Wayne isn’t the first musician in recent weeks to comment on Ocean’s sexuality. Earlier this month (September 3), legendary artist Stevie Wonder apologised for comments he made in an interview which insinuated that the singer was merely “confused”. “I’m sorry that my words about anyone feeling confused about their love were misunderstood,” he clarified. “No one has been a greater advocate for the power of love in this world than I; both in my life and in my music.”
Several weeks ago, it was reported that Lil Wayne has filed a lawsuit against the son of Michael Jackson producer Quincy Jones for using the rapper’s songs in a documentary without permission. Ironically, Quincy Jones III used eight Lil Wayne songs, including ‘dontgetit’ and ‘Stuntin’ Like My Daddy’, for a documentary about the rapper titled ‘The Carter’.
Meanwhile, earlier today (September 17), Frank Ocean unveiled an epic eight-minute video for his track ‘Pyramids’, which you can watch at the bottom of the page.