Frank Ocean jokes about sex positions with his mum – and she’s not impressed

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Singer songwriter Frank Ocean has left his mum decidedly unimpressed after joking about anal sex in his latest podcast.

The Amercian rapper, who has just released his third single of 2017, was heard making the quip on his Beats 1 show Blonded Radio.

During a brief interlude in the third episode the artist can be heard saying “I don’t really have a dick in my ass.”

His mum clearly isn’t best pleased, replying: “Even joking about it, that something is wrong! Is that what you’re saying you want? Oh my Lord!”

Quick to clear things up, and amidst bouts of laughter, the rappers claims he “was just playing”.

“I wasn’t even talking about myself, I was talking about someone else,” he adds.

Frank Ocean jokes about sex positions with his mum – and she’s not impressed

The musician, who was previously named the most powerful LGBT figure in the American music industry, has famously remained tight-lipped about his sexuality since coming out as bisexual in 2012.

He revealed his first love was with another man when he was 19 in a heartfelt post on Tumblr. Writing to fans he explained: “Four summers ago, I met somebody. I was 19 years old. He was too. We spent that summer, and the summer after, together. Everyday almost.

“By the time I realised I was in love, it was malignant. It was hopeless. There was no escaping. No negotiating with the feeling. No choice. It was my first love. It changed my life.”

He added: “I sat there and told my friend how I felt. I wept as the words left my mouth. I grieved for them, knowing I could never take them back for myself. He patted my back. He said kind things.

“He did his best, but he wouldn’t admit the same. He had to go back inside soon. It was late and his girlfriend was waiting for him upstairs.”

He later refused to be drawn on questions surrounding his sexuality, dodging answers in a later interview with GQ.

However, in a later post in tribute to Prince, who died in 2016, the singer said he had made him feel much more confident in his sexuality.

“He was a straight black man who played his first televised set in bikini bottoms and knee high heeled boots. Epic,” he wrote.

“He made me feel more comfortable with his I identify sexually simply by his display of freedom from and irreverence for obviously archaic ideas like gender and conformity.”