Don't look for Frank Ocean at a Chipotle near you any time soon.
After the Mexican food chain sued the "Lost" singer for big bucks, Frank sent them a check for the amount with a special "F*CK OFF" message in the memo, before placing a photo of the check on his Tumblr page Wednesday. Prior to that, he posted a link to Wikipedia's page on defamation, which is the communication of a false statement that harms the reputation of a person, business, etc.
In spite of the posted check though, a spokesman for Chipotle told Rolling Stone they had not received any funds from him yet. "If/when we get a check from Frank, we should be able to close the books on this," the spokesman said. "Right now, all we have is a photo online."
As for how Chipotle and Frank's legal battle got off to a hitch in the first place, the restaurant chain sued the singer last week, claiming he backed out of a deal to record a song for one of its advertising campaigns, after they had already paid him for the gig.
He allegedly had already received $212,500 to record a cover of 1971's "Pure Imagination" in July 2013 and was set to receive another $212,500 once the track was turned in. Frank supposedly backed out of the deal after he was told that the video he thought would promote responsible farming, would actually have Chipotle's logo on it throughout.