Hopefully we haven't forgotten Egg Boy already - in March, teenager Will Connolly egged politician Fraser Anning to stand up against his racist rhetoric and became a worldwide internet hero overnight, with scores of musicians and celebrities pledging their support and offering him free tickets to their shows for life.
One such offer came from Hilltop Hoods and it seems like young Egg Boy got to meet the hip hop legends at Groovin The Moo to say thank you this weekend, along with a heap of other GTM legends.
He wrote, "Groovin the moo lived up to the hype!! unreal to meet some super talented people, Especially these guys!!"
Looks like Will was welcomed into the GTM family with open arms too, with Ecca Vandal, Dylan Joel, Thelma Plum and Illy inviting him backstage and taking photos with him.
In case you're wondering, Will hasn't stopped his activism at egging. With his platform of over half a million Instagram followers, he's also teamed up with a not-for-profit company called Homie to help work against youth homelessness.
Stay golden, Egg Boy.
The other day I was lucky enough to visit @homie.com.au,and had lunch with some of the guys and girls in the program. Homie is a not for profit streetwear organisation combatting youth homelessness and hardship. Homie equips young people with the skills, confidence and experience to be work ready and better prepared for their future...After meeting these guys I thought I’d try to give them some extra exposure to promote their cause.... They are inspiring! A homie is someone who looks out for others #beahomie