Pusha T has shut down rumours of a full Clipse re-union.
The hip-hop duo – Pusha T and his brother No Malice – produced a stellar catalogue, before parting company in 2009.
Closing their catalogue with 'Til The Casket Drops', No Malice decided to devote his life to Christianity.
Clipse re-united on Kanye West's gospel project 'Jesus Is King', and a viral post on New Year's Day seemed to suggest something more fully formed could be incoming.
Pusha T leaped into the comments section, saying the post was "wishful thinking" before adding: "But see y’all at Something In The Water for sure."
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