The singer tagged a storefront photo with "#cease&desist" on his Tumblr.
o shit frank ocean pop up shop !!! nvm I mean forever 21 whoops typo haha same thing rite pic.twitter.com/bVV8GjEczl— dipika (@lilpulp) May 26, 2017
Now, it's Frank Ocean who is taking issue with Forever 21. After it was pointed out that the store's "Pop-Up Shop" sign bore a striking resemblance to the font used on Frank's 2016 album Blonde, the singer responded in a Tumblr post.
Pitchfork reports that Frank shared the photo of the store front with the caption "😳 uhh," as well as a hashtag that read "#cease&desist" on his Tumblr. The post is still visible, though it has been edited just to show the emoji. View a screencap of the original post (via Pitchfork) below.
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