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Pusha T & No Malice Discuss Drug Dealing Past, Parting Ways & More On CNN (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) Hip Hop has often been referred to as “The CNN of the Ghetto,” but the real channel has taken the time to focus on Hip Hop. The Cable News Network recently ran an exclusive segment on the Virginia rap duo Clipse.

During the feature with Bill Weir, brothers Pusha T and No Malice talk about their drug dealing past, connecting with Pharrell, No Malice’s turn to God, Pusha’s business endeavors, and more.

[ALSO READ: Pusha T Hints That Kanye & Pharrell Want To Produce Full Clipse Album]

Watch CNN Tonight’s “Brother’s Keeper” feature below.

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  • BigHomie337

    Pusha T talking about dope… I wouldn’t believe it.

  • HATER PROOF

    i believe everyone that’s born is BLESSED with a certain amount of luck!
    regardless these niggas was super lucky to be very very BLESSED period!

  • nystateofmind

    Nice story…most def

  • 7yoyo7

    That was a dope reporting story. The Clipse always supply straight albums/mixtapes.
    I’m a bit disappointed in seeing No Malice emulating Louis Farrakhan (definitely NOT a role model where I’m from) in his way of explaining things.

    I bought both Pusha’s and No Malice’s albums to support them and I’m hoping for a new Clipse album as well.

    • Troll_E_G

      Nothing wrong with Farrakhan….I’m disappointed u a say that nonsense

      • Yea I don’t see nutn wrong with a guy that wants black empowerment either….takes sum big stones to stand up for blacks in Amerikkka that’s for sho

      • 7yoyo7

        It goes deeper than “black empowerment” :
        1- His opinion on the 2011 military intervention in Libya
        2- Not trying to strengthen the solidarity between the black and jewish community over his religious belief (FACT : both communities use to stick to each other during the Civil Rights movements).
        3- His constant running to any “black” tragedy along with his christian counterpart Jesse Jackson Jr. for publicity.

        Whenever I criticize so-called representants like Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson jr or the NAACP people disagree. Go ahead!
        My heroes just happen to be MLK, Malcom X, James Meredith, Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., Ella Baker and Rosa Parks.

      • Criticize all u want…that man out here walking the walk bruh……Most people that’s really deep into their religion are the same way. You cannot knock him or jesse for running to black people’s aid when shit hits the fan…I don’t see nobody else stepping up to the plate so…..I used to think the same thing about them guys and Al but really how can you knock them?

      • Troll_E_G

        Nothing is deeper than black empowerment so spewing that devalues your comment …shame on u

      • 7yoyo7

        It doesn’t devalue my opinion based on FACTS….

        Most of yall just stick to the nice presence that you want to see but barely know any of their actual believes and opinions. Your choice!

      • Troll_E_G

        What are the so called facts u speak of. Fact is he is against white supremacy and for the upliftment of black…what facts do u hold dear that can counter that

      • 7yoyo7

        The same facts that I cited in my second comment (1,2,3?). Do you want some more?
        I never said that he wasn’t against white supremacy or for the “upliftment” (upliftment LOL really?) of black people. Where have you seen me writing anything like this?
        He and Jesse Jackson just pick their fights when it comes to community, only the ones that attract major media. As for the NAACP don’t even get me started.

        You have hundreds of real organized communities putting work on the field. I just don’t feel that your beloved Farrakhan represents “upliftment” as real equality for all people.

      • Troll_E_G

        He represents equality for Black people. All others have equality except blacks…naacp is a Jewish organization started by Jews for covert operations…real leaders are Garvey,X, Khalid Muhammad

      • 7yoyo7

        It goes deeper than “black empowerment” :

        1- His opinion on the 2011 military intervention in Libya
        2- Not trying to strengthen the solidarity between the black and jewish community over his religious belief (FACT : both communities use to stick to each other during the Civil Rights movements).
        3- His constant running to any “black” tragedy along with his christian counterpart Jesse Jackson Jr. for publicity.

        Whenever I criticize so-called representants like Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson jr or the NAACP people disagree. Go ahead!
        My heroes just happen to be MLK, Malcom X, James Meredith, Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., Ella Baker and Rosa Parks.

  • The Legendary Troll

    I knew it was a female who turned malice into a preacher rapper

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  • Eli Pinilla

    I was a big time clips fan. If you listened to their albums then you know exactly why malice I s where he’s at and the same with pusha…that said, they better together. I liked the beats on malice cd, but not the flow. Too preachy. Not the message either, but he literally shouts out in a way like he’s preaching….pusha turned trap rap. And he lost his identity to me. Musically anyways.

  • Ipullcards

    Man.. Life. Everything said was truth either side but I have huge respect an admiration for no malice. We are eating our young. Maybe not drake but rap in general lol

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