Evan LeFevre, a vegan Youtube star and activist known as "VeganEvan," is the eight-year-old Floridian rapping about animal rights across\u00a0Hawaii. When he was just five, LeFevre chose to go vegan after learning about where his food was coming from. Since then, the young activist has continued to spread the word. He recently spoke at Oahu's third annual VegFest, where, according to West Hawaii Today, he reminded others about where their food comes from.\u00a0"It's so gross to think that milk is a cow's breast milk and honey is bee vomit,"\u00a0he said. Yuki Takahashi, a Waimea resident, wanted the young speaker to share his passion on Hawaii's Big Island too, so he started a fundraiser to facilitate this."I really wanted more people to be able to meet Evan," Takahashi explains. "I think he is going to be a key player in a most positive social movement." Due to the fundraiser, LeFevre was also able to share\u00a0his thoughts on veganism, animal welfare, and\u00a0environmentalism at the Conscious Culture Caf\u00e9 in Hilo, Sweet Potato Kitchen and Bakery in Hawi, Sea Dandelion Cage and Awa Bar in Honokaa, Under the Bodhi Tree in Mauna Lani, and Herbivores in Kailua-Kona. View this post on Instagram I\u2019m heading to Hawaii in the morning!!! @aveganchildsjourney & I are guest speakers at @vegfestoahu this coming Saturday, October 13th!!! We are so excited to share our message with everyone there!!! @veganevan is heading to #hawaii !! A post shared by VeganEvan \u24cb (@veganevan) on Oct 10, 2018 at 6:53am PDT The child, who was crowned PETA's Cutest Vegan Kid in 2016, hoped to\u00a0"plant some seeds"\u00a0in the minds of Hawaiians, and encourage other local children to partake in the 22-day "Let's Try Vegan!" challenge. But LeFevre has a unique way of getting his message across: through rap songs, which he believes are a good way to\u00a0"connect with people."\u00a0A lyric LeFevre performed at\u00a0Sweet Potato Kitchen said, "I don\u2019t eat meat, I don\u2019t eat eggs, I don\u2019t eat anything with legs." A second rap said, "Hey my friends, I\u2019ve got something to tell. I\u2019ve got tips that will help you stay well." LeFevre has also spoken at major events in Florida and California, including the Central Florida Earth Day and Animal Liberation Conference. According to his mother, Shannon Blair,\u00a0"He was the only kid invited to speak on a panel at the What the Health & Cowspiracy Conference in San Francisco... and the National Animal Rights Conference in L.A." The young activist is also co-president and spokesperson for Animal Hero Kids, a nonprofit organization based in Stuart, Florida, and partakes in Anonymous for the Voiceless\u00a0street activism. Become a\u00a0CLUBKINDLY\u00a0member today!