Should we call Frank Ocean's album "Blond" or "Blonde"? | The Tylt
Frank Ocean's artistic statement (or typo) has fans confused about the stylization of his new album's name. On the album cover, it's spelled "Blond," which is the masculine version of "blonde." But official resources and news media refer to the album as "Blonde." Now fans are going head-to-head over the spelling. Do you think #ItsBlond, or do you think #ItsBlonde? Vote now!
Should we call Frank Ocean's album "Blond" or "Blonde"?
Frank Ocean bout to kick off the Great Twitter Linguistics War of 2016 over blond/blonde and I'm here for it.— Saeed Jones (@theferocity) August 21, 2016
Wait so Frank Ocean's album is called "Blonde" but on the cover it's spelled "blond"? This guy is wild— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) August 24, 2016
frank's album is titled either the feminine spelling 'blonde' or the masculine 'blond' because he wants the album to be gender fluid.— gk (@gk_anye) August 22, 2016
It's BLOND. Not BLONDE.😑 if ur gunna spell the album spell it right pls— aug.31 (@amandagmcowan) August 23, 2016
Put some respek on Frank Ocean album name. It's BLOND not BLONDE.— bynoe (@eemoneee) August 23, 2016
It bothers me when people can't spell the word Blonde, it's not blond 🙄— Alex Morgan (@amorgan201) August 24, 2016
What's with y'all not putting an "e" at the end of blond? I don't like it. Stop it. It's Blonde— magiccitypriestess (@justicerbelle) August 23, 2016