Jada Pinkett-Smith, actor, entrepreneur, and spouse of actor Will Smith, took to social media on Monday to promote a thought-provoking video released by Grey, a vegan rapper and creator of the clothing brand Plant Based Drippin. "Monday morning cipher with some\u00a0#PlantBasedDrippin\u00a0@officialgreymusic.\u00a0That cadence tho\u2019 ?,"\u00a0\u00a0she wrote. Grey is known for rapping about veganism\u00a0and for regularly posting freestyle raps about things on his mind. In the video Smith shared, Grey addresses a wide variety of contemporary social issues such as\u00a0institutionalized violence against the Black community, the prison system,\u00a0plastic pollution, and more. Mid-way through, Grey makes the connection between factory farming\u00a0and pharmaceuticals, referring to the high level of antibiotics used by major industrialized animal agriculture companies. Monday morning cipher with some #PlantBasedDrippin @officialgreymusic That cadence tho\u2019 ? A post shared by Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapinkettsmith) on Aug 20, 2018 at 8:13am PDT While Smith is not vegan, her son Jaden Smith, who follows a meat-free diet for environmental reasons, says that he has convinced his family to share meat-free meals with\u00a0him a few times a week. Smith herself has a soft spot for animals held in captivity. In November 2008, coinciding with the release of the animated film "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa," she told online publication OneIndia:\u00a0\u201cI think I\u2019ll never get an animal like a snake again where I have to keep her in an aquarium,"\u00a0Smith said, referring to her\u00a0pet snake, Beauty, who became a member of the family prior to her understanding about the\u00a0ethical issues\u00a0behind the purchasing of animals as pets. \u201cWe have this whole thing for Beauty outside for her to be in a natural habitat,"\u00a0she continued."But at the end of the day, she knows she\u2019s caged into her aquarium. We can\u2019t set her into the wild now, but I told Willow we won\u2019t do this again and won\u2019t have any animals that need to stay like that.\u201d\u00a0Smith then added:\u00a0\u201cMaybe when I get older, that\u2019ll become one of my activist endeavors.\u201d As part of his activism, Grey regularly attends vegan festivals across the country, where he takes to the stage to put on musical performances.