[After premiering his “The End Of Malice” documentary last weekend on REVOLT TV, The Clipse’s No Malice speaks to SOHH about his main goal behind the personal film.]
This film just allows people to see the behind-the-scenes of what really goes on. It’s not a mystery. These are things that go on in everybody’s life.
No matter what walk of life or whatever your occupation is, these are things that we, as human beings have in common, but the thing is we never take our cool off.
We never show our vulnerability.
What I have done with this movie is shown more of myself and the personal things I went through. I hear more and more people telling me that they went through something similar or they’re going through the same thing and then we never have a chance to have those conversations because everybody is too cool.
It ain’t until you get exposed some kind of way, like someone finds out something or something negatively and then it’s looked as something shameful. But nobody is 100 percent all the time. Sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down.
That’s just the way of the world.
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