Deck the halls with Beyonce! Music icon releases festive holiday merchandise for her legions of fans

She’s bringing the holiday spirit to her fans worldwide ahead of one of the biggest shopping days of the year.

And Beyonce released a treasure trove of treats for the masses on Wednesday morning as a pre-Thanksgiving gift.

The 38-year-old singer launched 12 one-of-a-kind products on her website, ranging from sweatshirts to wrapping paper and tree-trimming goodies.

The ’90s-inspired collection is complete with gifts for every Beyonce-fan in the house.

A graphic T-shirt features a festive print of the Drunk in Love songstress wearing a Santa-inspired ensemble.

Holding on to two snowflakes, the shirt is emblazoned with ‘your favorite wrapper’ across the bottom.

Another long-sleeved print featured baby Bey posing in her best Christmas outfit with ‘Gon’ be litty’ underneath.

One T-shirt showed the queen holding a glass of wine while posing in a gorgeous flowing dress.

She printed ‘holiday party energy’ in colorful letters for one embroidered pullover which retailed for $75.

News of Beyonce’s latest merchandising endeavors came as her husband Jay-Z filed a lawsuit in Australian Federal Court against the online retailer Little Homie, who he claims used his material in their kid’s book, AB to Jay-Z.

The 49-year-old rapper, The Sydney Morning Herald reported, citing copyright violations due to the book’s references to his 2004 single 99 Problems.

Attorneys for the Brooklyn-based artist and business mogul said Little Homie did not react to a cease and desist they sent in of March 2018 in regards to the children’s book.

The book reads, ‘If you’re having alphabet problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but my ABCs ain’t one,’ on its back, similar to the Grammy-winner’s lyric from the song, ‘If you having girl problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but a b**** ain’t one.’

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