Travis Scott On Frank Ocean After Cease & Desist Report: "Someone I Call Family"

One of the most surprising pieces of news from last week happened to revolve around a potential lawsuit being prepared by Frank Ocean over his role on Travis Scott's Astroworld. Frank really isn't in the news very much so any story we read about him is intriguing but this one was definitely surprising. The initial report explained that Frank was upset over the vocal effects used on "Carousel," requesting to be removed altogether from the song. The reclusive singer revealed later that the cease and desist had nothing to do with the sound. He wrote that it "was about 🏳️‍🌈," hinting that he may have been upset over the removal of transgender icon Amanda Lepore from the album cover. Frank says the issues were resolved between the two artists a few weeks ago and Travis is singing the same tune, praising his "family" member on Instagram.

La Flame posted a photo of his Blonded shirt, showing love to the "Novacane" artist and speaking on the influence he's had on him. He wrote, "Someone I call family and always will. Has taught me a ton. And a true inspiration in an out of the Stu."

Travis also posted up with LeBron James over the weekend, chilling with the biggest basketball star in Los Angeles and echoing his "Sicko Mode" sentiments by saying, "Checks ova stripes that’s what we like." He even gave their friendship a new nickname: "Laflame James." 

Hopefully, Travis and Frank have actually figured out whatever went wrong and they aren't just saying so. As two of the best artists out today, we can only hope for future collaborations between the two.

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