Frank Ocean giving away free merchandise to fans who voted
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Frank Ocean is giving away free merchandise to his fans who voted in Tuesday's midterm elections.

The “Thinkin’ Bout You” singer made the announcement in a flyer shared to his official Tumblr account, telling followers if they present evidence that they voted on Tuesday at one of several pop-up shops in four cities, they can pick up free stuff.


“Bring proof (a photo of you at the ballot) that you voted to any of the locations below and get some free merch,” the flyer reads. “Because God bless America.”

The pop-up shops are located in Miami, Atlanta, Houston and Dallas and are stationed in each of the cities to support three Democratic candidates running for office in those regions: Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Texas Senate candidate Rep. Beto O’Rourke.

The flyer and merchandise repeatedly features the number “42%" meant to describe the nonvoting segment of the population, which the literature calls “the largest political group in America.”

As Pitchfork noted, while the flyer calls on voters to take “a photo of you at the ballot,” each of the three states restrict voters from taking photos in the balloting area, so a picture outside of the area should reportedly suffice.

Ocean also discussed the pivotal midterm elections in the latest episode of his Beats 1 series “blonded RADIO” earlier on Tuesday.