Watch A Preview Of ‘The End Of Malice,’ A Documentary On Former Clipse Member No Malice

blame it on Meka December 20, 2016

Back in 2014, Gene Thornton — now known as No Malice — announced “The End Of Malice,” a narrative detailing his rise in rap (along with his brother, Pusha T, as one half of Clipse) and subsequent conversion to Christianity.

Originally airing on REVOLT TV back in March 2016, the documentary has now been released on Netflix, iTunes and Amazon. It is a 43-minute documentary which provides an in-depth look at No Malice’s transition as one of rap’s preeminent artists, his abrupt departure from rap, and life after the Clipse.

A trailer was released recently; it can be seen below.

A clip of the documentary, in which No Malice briefly speaks on his friendship with Pharrell as well as his influence on the rapper.

In 2011 Malice also published a book Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked, a memoir about his life. Meanwhile, in a recent GQ interview, he did not rule out the possibilities of a new Clipse project.