Frank Ocean Is Officially A Missing Person, Or At Least That’s What These Posters Around NYC Say

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Some kind soul is genuinely worried about the location of singer Frank Ocean, the man who cried “new album.” So much so that they have taken to posting missing person posters around New York City, Pigeons & Planes reports.

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I feel dumb, I didn’t think these posters were actually real.

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The posters describe the Channel Orange artist as a “woodworking fanatic” and claim he has “proved boys do cry.” If anyone finds Christopher Francis “Frank” Ocean, they are instructed to dial up 888-WYA-BRUH. Who they’ll reach on the other end of that call is unknown.

Meanwhile, Ocean’s debut studio album Channel Orange has made the Billboard Top 200 for the first time since March 2013. It is unclear whether this resurgence in popularity stems from the quality of the project or the desperation of his fans for his music.

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