Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, flushed the rumor that her superstar daughter travels with her own toilet seat.
Knowles, 69, laughed off the viral theory Monday at the Los Angeles International Airport, where TMZ asked about the backstage photos from Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour that showed a large black box labeled “Beyoncé … toilet seats.”
“That’s so ridiculous,” she chuckled when questioned if the golden thrones are really listed on the “Diva” singer’s rider.
“That’s too much,” she added seconds later.
Knowles did, however, reveal what’s really in the box.
“Those are stands that you put fans on,” she claimed. They’re called ‘toilet seats.’”
The Post has contacted reps for Knowles and Beyoncé, 41, for comment.
Earlier this month, The Sun reported that the “Irreplaceable” crooner shells out thousands of dollars for the WC seats to travel with her.
“Beyoncé is such an elite performer she can literally request anything,” an unidentified source explained.
“Her team makes great effort to ensure she has her own comforts, and a personal toilet seat happens to be one.”
Knowles also recently refuted speculation that Beyoncé purposely skipped over Lizzo’s name while performing “Break My Soul (Queen’s Remix)” after the “Truth Hurts” singer was sued by her former dancers for alleged sexual harassment.
“She also didn’t say her own sisters [sic] name yal [sic] should really stop,” Knowles wrote, according to a screenshot obtained by The Neighborhood Talk.
Last month, Knowles filed for divorce from her second husband, Richard Lawson, after eight years of marriage.