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Let us not forget: Susan Sarandon has street cred. 

The 68-year-old Academy Award winner, who is a staunch supporter of marijuana legalization, took to Twitter on Wednesday after listening to A$AP Rocky and Action Bronson's hit "1Train," in which the Thelma and Louise star receives a shout-out. 

"Hey @asvpxrocky & @ActionBronson thx for the shout out on "1Train," the Tammy star, who also happens to be a grandmother, wrote. "Not sure what it means, but let's blaze one & talk about it some time." 

Coolest grandma ever?! 

VIDEO: Susan Sarandon admits she was "stoned" at "almost all" Hollywood award shows

In the tune, Action Bronson raps, "You see us scramblin, sellin Susan Sarandon/the cloud of smoke like the Phantom." As Complex magazine points out, the reference likely refers to marijuana due to Sarandon's support of its legalization. 

While the mother of three is a little late to the game—the tune was released in 2013—we still adore her post and would love to be a fly on the wall if that smoking session ever takes place. 

Most recently, the Dead Man Walking star opened up about her stance on marijuana while speaking with the August edition of High Times. 

"It's absurd that more states haven't legalized it," she told the magazine (per the NY Post's Page 6). "It's an important source of income ... You also see the reports on kids who have seizures that are prevented by medical marijuana. You see the relief it gives to vets. It's also a lovely way to socialize and be with people — and to be with yourself and de-stress."

READ: Susan Sarandon talks marijuana, admits she's done mushrooms

Susan Sarandon

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Sarandon also said marijuana is far more effective than alcohol as a means to relax. 

"That's the great thing about smoking weed: if you lead a very, very busy life, for me, it really makes the most of your weekend," she said. "It like, triples, your weekends. If you only have certain windows to get high, it allows you to slow down and really be there...Smoking helps you to connect again–to be present and conscious." 

She added: "As I've explained to my kids, weed helps you take a break from a very busy life. But you'll never have a really full life if you are stoned constantly from a young age."

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