In the days that have followed Frank Ocean's brave public letter to himself, we've had numerous conversations on his sexuality, its effects on the lyrics and message of his friends in Odd Future and what it means for the future of music. Beautifully written and deeply personal, his note has received an outpouring of love and support from fans and hip-hop patriarchs, as well as a tear-jerking response from his mother—on Twitter, even! But it's clear that no matter who you are, in addition to your mama, there's always one woman you hope to make proud: Beyoncé. She's a part of everyone's family, right?
Yep, you pretty much summed it up, B. Frank has had a longstanding relationship with the Carter-Knowles family, writing Beyoncé's "I Miss You" off last year's 4—a track many will probably say has more "meaning" now, although we always found it affecting regardless of its intended subject or voice behind it—and singing the hook on Watch the Throne's "No Church in the Wild" and "Made in America." There goes Beyoncé again, throwing her support for her peers around like a boss. Your move, Hov.