Frank Ocean has been incredibly private about his relationships, so he shocked nearly everyone in 2019 when he casually revealed he had been in a relationship for three years. The musician dropped the news when Gayletter asked if he had been on dating apps. Ocean said, “I don’t use dating apps. I’ve been in a relationship for three years. I definitely wasn’t using dating apps before then. I don’t think I would use dating apps now.” Ocean’s surprising confession intrigued many.

Ocean never mentioned who he was in a relationship with, but that didn’t stop fans from speculating. According to Capital Xtra, the rumored mystery beau was Memo Guzman. The two reportedly had been together since 2017 and were spotted on several outings, including a UFC fight. Guzman only fueled speculation when he posted a photo of Ocean performing in 2017 to his Instagram. Fans were convinced the two were an item after Ocean seemingly mentioned Guzman in his song “Provider.” The musician sang, “Memo finna start acting out if I don’t see him soon.” 

Although it appeared the “Lost” singer was referencing Guzman, neither confirmed the speculated romance. It’s unclear how the two ended things, but it seems as though Guzman still supports Ocean. In 2023, he shared a photo of himself at Coachella, which Ocean was famously headlining. Whether they ran into each other or not, we’ll never know.

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