Beyonces-Message-To-Frank-OceanBeyoncé has revealed her support for gay hip-hop singer Frank Ocean on her website’s blog.
 The singer posted a picture of the Odd Future member and wrote the following words across it:

Be fearless. Be honest. Be generous. Be brave. Be poetic. Be open. Be free. Be yourself. Be in love. Be happy. Be inspiration.

Ocean – who co-wrote the song ‘I Miss You’ on Beyonce’s last album, ‘4’ – opened up about his sexuality last week, using his Tumblr to explain that his first love was a man.

Ocean, from New Orleans began the message by writing: “We’re all a bunch of golden million dollar babies. my hope is that the babies born these days will inherit less of the bulls–t than we did. anyhow, what i’m about to post is for anyone who cares to read. it was intended to fill the thank you’s section in my album credits, but with all the rumors going round.. i figured it’d be good to clarify.”

“I don’t have any secrest I need kept anymore,” Ocean wrote afterward. “To my first love, I’m grateful for you.”

Beyoncé – whose latest album, ‘4’, contains a track written by Frank entitled ‘I Miss You’ – has spoken out in support of lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the past, wrote Female First.

She said: “I’ve always had a connection. Most of my audience is actually women and my gay fans, and I’ve seen a lot of the younger boys kind of grow up to my music. It’s great when I’m able to do the meet and greets, because I’m able to really connect and have conversations.

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