While Target refused to carry her album, Beyonce surprised Walmart shoppers Friday when she took a trip to a store in Massachusetts to pick up a physical copy of her new release.
"It's exciting to see it in person," Bey gushed, looking at her self-titled album, which premiered exclusively on iTunes last week.
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But Beyonce didn't stop there. The "Drunk in Love" singer strolled around the Tewksbury, Mass., store, even picking up a toy for her and Jay Z's daughter Blue Ivy.
At the end of the trip, Queen Bey proved she's a generous ruler and addressed the 750 shoppers over the loudspeaker. "Hello, Walmart shoppers, testing, Walmart shoppers," she said. "It's Beyonce! And I stopped by the store today because my record has arrived. I want to give everyone a gift. For everyone in the store right now, the first $50 of your holiday gifts are on me. Merry, merry Christmas from Beyonce!"