Frank Ocean has granted only one interview since his "coming out," but even in that interview, he still hasn't used the phrase "coming out," nor has he attached a label, such as bisexual or gay, to himself.
Before he performed "Bad Religion" at Lollpalooza, the singer gave a short speech on why the song was important and significant to him, especially in light of his recent admission and he was just as ambiguous about the whole thing.
"This next song that I'm gonna play, I guess it's pretty important to me because of some of the things that I've said in the last month. Just kind of taking some freedom for myself. Just taking the fear away. I'm grateful for that love."
As the only R&B singer to openly admit to same-sex attraction, Frank has become a lightning rod for conversations about the state of homosexuality in hip-hop at large.
But at Lollapalooza, the audience didn't seem to care about that at all as the audience sang along to nearly every word of "Bad Religion" and erupted with applause.
Check out Frank's performance from Lollapalooza below