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Tony Yayo shared his perspective on a high-stakes situation involving Gucci Mane during a home invasion. Yayo defended Mane's actions, praising his decision to stand his ground. Highlighting a similar situation involving Bun B, who faced scrutiny for testifying in court after an armed robbery at his home, Yayo emphatically stated that defending oneself and reporting the incident is not snitching. The interview also touched on regional differences in attitudes toward gun laws, with Yayo noting that "Stand Your Ground" laws are more flexible in states like Texas compared to New York. Yayo advised young people in New York to consider moving south, where gun laws are more lenient, explaining it could help them avoid legal troubles.