Frank Ocean Disses Chris Brown In New Earl Sweatshirt Song

Shots have been fired. Seven months after Frank and Chris were involved in a brawl outside a recording studio in Los Angeles, Mr. Ocean appears to be reliving the incident through song and dissing Breezy in the process! Keep reading and listen. Earl Sweatshirt's new album Doris is now available to stream online. And one particular song, "Sunday," which features Frank Ocean, will likely have Chris Brown up in arms!

Frank Ocean Disses Chris Brown
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Frank Ocean Disses Chris Brown On Earl Sweatshirt’s ‘Sunday’

After taking a listen, it’s quite obvious that Frank is taking some shots at Chris which relate to their alleged brawl in Los Angeles in January outside a recording studio.

Frank disses Chris in his rap verse on “Sunday”:

Forgot you don’t like it rough, I mean he called me a f****t.
I was just calling his bluff, I mean how anal am I gonna be when I am aiming my gun?
And why is his mug all bloody? That was a three-on-one.
Standing ovation at Staples, I got my Grammies in gold.

While most of Frank’s lyrics address the famous brawl, the last line is clearly referencing Chris’ decision to remain seated when Frank received a standing ovation at the 2013 Grammy Awards in February.

Chris Brown’s Feud With Frank Ocean

On Jan. 27, the artists were involved in a brawl outside Westlake Studios in Los Angeles. Frank sustained several injuries and, according to the police report, Frank said Chris threatened to shoot him.

However, Frank publicly said he wouldn’t be pressing charges against Chris. Now, it’s evident that he decided to diss him in a song instead.

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Chris respond to this new diss? Listen to the song below!

LISTEN: Frank Ocean Disses Chris Brown On ‘Sunday’

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