Count Beyoncé among the celebs who have come out in support of Frank Ocean.
The pop star has posted an ode to the "Novacane" singer on her blog, celebrating his decision to open up about a relationship he had with a man when he was 19.
"Be fearless, be honest, be generous," begins Beyoncé's free-verse poem about Ocean, whose latest album, Channel Orange, debuted on iTunes tonight in advance of its July 17 hard-copy release.
Beyoncé continued: "Be brave, be poetic, be open, be free, be yourself, be in love, be happy, be inspiration."
Little Blue Ivy's a lucky kid, isn't she? Mommy's a smart woman.
"Trying to figure out what to say to a million people...s--t, uhh world peace haha," Ocean tweeted yesterday, seemingly in reference to the well wishes he received after revealing via his Tumblr that his "first love" was another guy.
"I don't have any secret I need kept anymore," Ocean wrote afterward. "To my first love, I'm grateful for you."
And it sounds as if there are a host of people out there who are quite grateful to Ocean.
Still riding the wave of good vibes, he performed his new tune "Bad Religion" tonight on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon—with an assist from The Roots, naturally.