Arby's finally got its hat back from Pharrell Williams.
Back when Williams walked the red carpet at the Grammys on Jan. 26 with the large hat that inevitably launched a several memes and a Twitter parody account, Arby's tweeted at the musician, "Hey @Pharrell, can we have our hat back? #GRAMMYs."
Williams responded on Monday, Jan. 27, "Y'all tryna start a roast beef?"
Then in late February, Williams put the infamous Vivienne Westwood "Mountain" hat up for auction on eBay. The auction was to benefit From One Hand to AnOTHER, a not-for-profit foundation Williams started in 2008. The opening bid was $200, which is what Williams said was the price he paid for the hat.
When the hat went up for auction, Williams tweeted to the fast food chain, "Hey @Arbys, you want my hat? Now's your chance..."
On March 2, the same day Williams performed "Happy" at the Oscar ceremony, he thanked the winning bidder in a tweet.
"Thank you to whoever bought my Grammy hat on @eBay for $44,100. Your donation benefits From One Hand To AnOTHER," he wrote.
Turns out, Arby's had the winning bid and so the company tweeted back to Williams, "@Pharrell You're welcome. We're HAPPY to support a great cause & get our hat back. Good luck at the #Oscars tonight!"
"What a pleasant surprise," Williams responded in a tweet. "Thank you @Arbys, our roast beef is now officially well done."