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WDKX.com » Blog » Beyonce Sends A Message To Target During Her Visit To Walmart
Dec 23rd 2013 7:51 am
Beyonce Sends A Message To Target During Her Visit To Walmart

Target must not know 'bout Bey! She can get another you in a minute!

Now, we all know that Beyonce used to love herself some Target but after the retailer vowed not to carry the queen's latest album since she let iTunes sell it exclusively for a week, she decided to throw major shade yesterday by high-tailing it right on into Walmart!

Christmas came early for 700 Walmart shoppers in Tewksbury, Massachusetts as Beyonce rolled in the store and announced she would be footing the first $50 of each shopper's bill, which cost her about $37,500. She also strolled through the aisles, grabbed some gifts for Blue Ivy, kissed some babies and threw her own #1 album into the cart before checking out with a smile.

What makes all of this even funnier, is that despite Target's decision to not carry her album in their stores, she's selling the new LP in 7000 Starbucks across the country, and guess what?? Starbucks is located in most Targets! #BowDown

Catch pics and video of Beyonce's surprise Walmart visit below:

Meanwhile, she shared an image on her Instagram with her album on a table alongside of a Starbucks cup lmao.

And did her fans sneak some copies on Target's shelves to be funny or is this photo proof that one Target may have had a change of heart?

Also feeling some type of way over the singer's rollout plan for her album is Amazon. The website has joined Target in not carrying Beyonce. While fans can purchase the mp3 edition, physical copies are unavailable unless purchased by a third party.

With worldwide album sales at already 1 million, we're sure Bey ain't got no worries! According to Billboard, her LP will sell between 260,000-280,000 copies in its second week, which will place her at the top of the charts for the second week in a row.