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.’