In true Queen Bey fashion, the singer went above and beyond by popping into a Massachusetts Walmart, a shopping chain that has been vocal about selling her album, on Friday night.
After picking out a doll for baby Blue Ivy and physical copy of her CD, she went on the store's loudspeaker to deliver a surprise message:
"It's Beyoncé! 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 Beyoncé!"
Unbeknownst to her, the $50 gift cards made a huge difference for one group of shoppers who were there purchasing gifts for a local shelter. Volunteers from the Lazarus House are calling it a "divine intervention" because they were able to go above and beyond for those in need. "We were able to get more than what we went there for," a woman told a local TV station. "We were helping out a guy who had been in the hospital who [had] all of his Christmas presents stolen."
The store gave out a total of 750 $50 gift cards all of which were sealed in an envelope that said, "Happy Holidays from Beyoncé."