Frank Ocean’s website, has reportedly expired, according to Twitter user @TeamFrankDaily. This occurred just a few days after the Endless vinyl and CD orders finally shipped on April 9.

However, some fans are reporting that the site is still functioning. But what seems to be happening is that it’s going to take some time before the page goes down for everyone. User @Wadtke tweeted, “It’s expired. only still works if your CDN still has the site cached,” along with a screenshot of the domain being suspended.

The web hosting company Go Daddy told Complex that the domain is registered as private, which means, “The Who Is usually shows the name, address, email address, and phone number of the owner of a domain because a domain is property. But you can pay a fee—in our case, since the domain is registered with us, our privacy provider is called Domains By Proxy. You can pay a fee to have that be the name, address, email address, and phone number that shows up on the domain name…. not the person’s,” Go Daddy said, adding, “I don’t see that the site is down. If you want more information, you need to talk to the domain owner or the person who built the site.”

Go Daddy added that the site is slated to expire on April 6, 2020, but according to Who Is, the website actually expired on April 6, 2018.

Check out some of the screenshots below.