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CNN Air’s Mini Documentary About the Clipse ‘Brother’s Keeper’ [VIDEO]

“The Thornton brothers went from selling drugs to the top of the rap game, until one of them decided to give it all up.”CNN 

Former Virginia Beach rap duo ‘The Clipse,’ compromised of brothers Gene ‘No Malice’ Thornton (formerly known as ‘Malice’) and Terrence ‘Pusha T’ Thornton, talked to CNN about going from selling crack cocaine to becoming one of hip-hop’s top rap duo’s, and then going their separate ways. Find out why in the video above.

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