Frank Ocean's Def Jam debut, "Channel Orange," won't be released for another two weeks but the album is already making headlines everywhere. Everyone from the LA Times and the New York Times to hundreds of blogs are discussing the new album because in it Ocean uses pronouns like "him" in lyrics that include references to love.

Rumors that Ocean was bisexual began to circulate this week after a BBC1 writer who listened to an album preview took to her personal blog to point out "you can hear him [Ocean] sing about being in love and there are quite obvious words used like 'him' and not 'her'."

In a matter of hours the post went viral and Ocean responded through his blog on Tumblr.

"4 summers ago, I met somebody. I was 19 years old. He was too. We spent that summer, and the summer after, together. Everyday almost. And on the days we were together, time would glide," Ocean wrote in part of the letter. "Most of the day I'd see him, and his smile. I'd hear his conversation and his silence ... until it was time to sleep. Sleep I would often share with him. By the time I realized I was in love, it was malignant. It was hopeless..."

One of the first to back Ocean was fellow Odd Future member Tyler, the Creator, who's own lyrics include some of those most violently homophobic rhymes in the industry. "My Big Brother Finally Fucking Did That," tweeted Tyler on Wednesday. "Proud Of That Nigga Cause I Know That Shit Is Difficult Or Whatever. Anyway. I'm A Toilet."