Frank Ocean Releases Free Merch to Voters

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EDDIE LEE/HYPEBEAST

Limited to a few shops only.

By Jon McVeigh, Massive Action Media

Earlier today HYPEBEAST reported Frank Ocean would be releasing free merch for anyone who votes in today’s primary elections. Announced in the form of a flyer, the first visuals confirming the free merch have recently popped up across social media. See Below:

To claim your free merchandise, you have to bring proof that you voted – i.e. a photo of you at the ballot or your ballot stub – to any of the locations noted below. Here’s the actual language off of the flyer:

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

Locations:

A Ma Maniere
969 Marietta St NW #200, Atlanta, GA 30318

Premium Goods.
2416 Times Blvd, Houston, TX 77005

Lower East Coast 
84 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137

Black Market USA
5509 W Lovers Ln ste b, Dallas, TX 75209

The flyer also notes the reasoning behind the selected shops:

“Locations were chosen in states to support specific candidates Stacy Abrams in Georgia, who if elected would be America’s first black female governor, Andrew Gullum in Florida who would become the State’s first black governor and Beto O’Rourke who would be the first Democratic senator in 24 years.”

More pics of the merch:

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Following a surprise follow-up to his Beats 1 radio series blonded this morning, Frank Ocean posted an image on his Tumblr, offering free merchandise to fans who voted in locations key areas during the 2018 mid-terms in support of candidates he supports. ~ The poster reads: "Bring proof (a photo of you at the ballot) that you voted to any of the locations below and get some free merch. Because God Bless America." ~ "P.S Locations were chosen in states to support specific candidates. Stacey Abrams in Georgia, who if elected would be America’s first black female governor, Andrew Gillum in Florida, who would become the state’s first black governor and Beto O’Rourke who would be the first democratic senator in Texas in 24 years." ~ Voters are encouraged to bring proof of their vote to any of these locations for free merchandise. It is important to note that it is not legal to take a selfie or otherwise photograph the polls in some states. A voting stub, or at the very least a sticker seems to be accepted at most of these locations. ~ Read more about the latest episode of blonded and the midterm merch drop at blonded.blog, link in our bio.

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