CNN does an exclusive on the Clipse titled “Brother’s Keeper”
For the last decade the group Clipse has entertained the hip hop world with their uniquely introspective
tales of drug dealing and inner city life. We have been entertained by them and always wondered what
the true reason that Malice, who now goes by “No Malice” and Pusha T are no longer a united front in
Bill Weir headed down to Virginia, to speak with both men in the group, albeit separately, and find
out more about their background and what caused the split. Both were admittedly candid, denying no
details from a sordid past that included the selling of cocaine.
Pusha and No Mal described a chance meeting with Pharell and how it catapulted them to music
acclaim. They began to differ in the journeys through fame, while Pusha enjoyed it the married Mal was
having a hard time coping with his new life style with led to his turn to religion.
While Pusha indicated that he is all for a new Clipse album, No Malice is steadfast in his demand that he
will not rap that way or purport those stereotypes in his lyrics.
“I came to him and I was like, Man, I got these ideas; I got these beats I want you to check out. And he
was like, I’m not doing another Clipse album right now. Wow. That was hard,” Pusha told the veteran