If you've ever wanted some real Beyoncé merchandise, well, you're soon to be in some big luck. The "7/11" singer's estranged father and former manager Matthew Knowles is selling off some old Beyoncé, Destiny's Child and Solange merchandise in a massive garage sale outside his Houston office.
According to TMZ, various pieces of Beyoncé and Solange memorabilia is on sale in Houston, including an old tour poster, old CDs, House of Dereon clothing, tour booklets and various other pieces, largely from the Destiny's Child era of Bey's career.
The objects range greatly in price. A Beyoncé poster is running for $200 and, well, Solange's old CDs are reportedly selling for $1.96. The perfect Christmas shopping stop for anyone on any budget!
In addition to all of the old Beyoncé and Solange merchandise, Knowles is also selling some of his old office furniture. From TMZ's photographs, the old couches and chairs have a red and black motif, not unlike the legendary chairs on The Voice.
Other items for sale also appear to be old clothing from Knowles and old tour merchandise from both the early days of Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland's solo careers.
Though TMZ assumes that this could be a sale to help Knowles pay for his child support, it also looks like unloading of years and years' worth of merchandise.
This isn't the first time that Knowles has been in the news this year for tring to make a little money off of Beyoncé. He also was teaching a music industry seminar at community college earlier in 2014.