Frank Ocean Ends Chiptole Dispute But Has Last (4-Letter) Word

(Radio.com) If you're ever sued by a burrito company, and you've the means to settle, let Frank Ocean show you how to have the last word - or two. The lawsuit in question, filed March 7, claims singer Frank Ocean reneged on contributing vocals for an upcoming Chiptole commercial.

The Mexican-themed eatery claims he was already paid for the gig, to the tune of $212,500. Ocean claims he changed his mind after the company "misrepresented their intentions."

As opposed to a lengthy battle, Ocean, (gov't name Christopher E. Breaux), settled matters rather quickly. On Monday, March 10, three days after the suit was filed, Ocean posted the below screenshot on his Tumblr, with a curt "F- OFF'

That's the kiss-off. See a photo of the check here.

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