Bill Weir premiered a short documentary for CNN, “Brother’s Keeper“, about the rise and fall of the rap group The Clipse. The Clipse, consisting of Pusha T and Malice (No Malice now), are brothers, who were drug dealers turned rappers. Their story is unique because at the height of their popularity, Malice found religion and quit rap. Malice feels so strongly that he changed his name to No Malice and even refuses to rap his old verses for shows, saying that he doesn’t want to glorify that ‘life’. Considering Pusha T almost always glorifies that ‘life’, it is doubtful that there will ever be a reunion.
Watch The Clipse Documentary “Brother’s Keeper” on CNN