The brother duo Clipse ended because (No) Malice had a religious awakening and was no longer interested in putting out so-called coke rap.
In a new interview with Complex, younger bro Pusha T discusses why No Malice ended Clipse and detailed all the money they've turned down to get back together and perform.
'Everybody I came into the music business with was indicted on federal drug charges. It was like nine of them," Push explained. "They were all day one with me and my brother. I feel like my brother attributed a lot of what went wrong in the music business with how things turned out for them. And that was it. I don't question my brother," he added. "He's my older brother. "Nowadays I get offers get into the high hundreds of thousands to perform and he says "no, I don't want to do it. And I'm like, 'O.K.'During the interview, Push makes it clear he respects his brother's decision to leave Clipse behind.
No Malice expressed similar thoughts when asked about his relationship with Push in 2015.
“That’s what I love about my brother and our relationship,” he explains. “Those morals that my dad instilled in us…We don’t put opinions on each other. We don’t say, 'Well, you should be doing this.' We're like, ‘Whatever you do, homie, we respect each other as men.'"[Rlelated: Pusha T tells fans not to give up on Clipse.]