Singer Ocean's manager slams Target after decision not to carry album

The manager of R&B singer Frank Ocean is taking Target to task on Twitter for not carrying the singer's latest album, "Channel Orange," in stores. The Minneapolis-based retailer says it was because the release was sold on iTunes a week before retailers could sell it, but Ocean's manager Christian Glancy implied Target was uneasy with the singer because he's gay.
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The manager of R&B singer Frank Ocean is taking Target to task on Twitter for not carrying the singer's latest album, "Channel Orange," in stores. The Minneapolis-based retailer says it was because the release was sold on iTunes a week before retailers could sell it, but Ocean's manager Christian Glancy implied Target was uneasy with the singer because he's gay.

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