Young Jeezy recently gave CNN an ear full on what he he thought about the gun laws. He told the news channel that “all lives matter,” and the people who are using guns to commit heinous crimes have a mental illness of some sort.

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Jeezy believes that tighter gun laws will be able to prevent attacks as we have been seeing lately.

“From my eyes, all lives matter. Especially black ones, but all lives matter. So, a lot of the problems we have today in our communities is about that particular issue, human lives. It’s a thin line between knowing who’s with you and who’s going to hurt you…Guns have always been a part of my upbringing. Whether it was just your uncle’s hunting rifle or your cousin’s military issue weapon. Or the police having guns…It’s not the guns. It’s the people who have the guns. It’s the people who have emotional and mental problems that are going out here, reacting with firearms and taking lives without thinking about it. Of course, it should be certain laws or certain ways. I think in Florida it’s 10, 20, life. That scared me. Ain’t no way around that. So, maybe that’s something we need to put out everywhere.”

Jeezy also talked about his point of view on people selling marijuana. Jeezy said he does not agree with people getting arrested for selling marijuana to help their family.

“You have to understand, in a country like America, people—we’re born entrepreneurs, so we figure out ways to make money,” he said. “I’m taking care of my kids. I’m not hurting anyone selling a little pot. That’s what happens in the neighborhoods, so to see it legalized in certain states is even crazier. Because a lot of my friends are incarcerated for marijuana and it’s legal…How you put somebody in prison, but then at the same time you let people use it for medical reasons? It’s confusing.”

Source: HipHopDX