Odd Future's R&B crooner Frank Ocean unleashed some angry tweets in the direction of LAPD after an apparent arrest on April 28. Read Ocean's early-morning tweets, which have since been removed from his Twitter page, after the jump.
We called LAPD, who said they couldn't disclose the reason for Ocean's arrest and subsequent lock-up over the phone. (A formal request in writing would take two weeks.)
Last weekend, Nas announced he and Frank Ocean had been collaborating: “In the studio with my little n**ga @frank_ocean,” @Nas tweeted. It's the latest development in what's been a prolific year thus far for the New Orleans-born, Beverly Hills-based singer/songwriter, who was spotted in the studio with Beyonce in March.