Let's be honest: Pharrell Williams' hat was the real winner at last night's Grammys.
The Internet couldn't stop buzzing over the 40-year-old musician's gigantic brown 'mountain' cap from designer Vivienne Westwood—so much so that a Twitter account was even created less than 30 minutes after Pharrell strutted down the carpet with his other half, the hat.
Appropriately titled Pharrell Hat, the account hilariously suggested that the Grammy winner's cap should be the new logo for Arby's, which caught the attention of the restaurant chain.
"Hey @Pharrell, can we have our hat back," the officially Arby's Twitter account posted during the show.
To which Williams replied on Monday, Jan.27, "Y'all tryna start a roast beef?"
Best. Tweet. Ever?!
But the singer-songwriter—who took home four Grammys last night, including the honor for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical—didn't stop there. He also posted various memes of himself with his famous accessory, shamelessly poking fun at the social media backlash.
"Illustration by @Minakwon is my fave...," he captioned a caricature drawing posted by a fan in which he's wearing his Grammys' garb as his hat looks even more gigantic than ever.
And he also tweeted another pic of himself as Toy Story character Woody, who happens to be wearing the designer cap while hanging with his buddy Buzz Lightyear.
Who doesn't love a sexy singer with a solid sense of humor?!
Congrats on your accolades, Pharrell!