The rap duo Clipse is grieving the loss of their mother, and celebrities and fans are surrounding the proud Virginians with love.
Pusha-T and No Malice posted the news of mother, Mildred Thornton, passing on November 10 via Instagram. The Bronx natives posted sweet photos of the matriarch along with poignant messages.
“I love you Ma, thank you for sticking around to meet your grandbaby,” Pusha-T wrote in the caption. “…we all are gonna miss you. R.I.P.”
No Malice wrote a touching tribute to Thornton on his Instagram page.
“THANKS, MA, FOR LEAVING US WITH THE ETERNAL HOPE!” he expressed. “I was there when mama said, ‘I believe!’ I watched Jesus steal her heart like a common thief.- Me.’”
Although the siblings didn’t reveal their mother’s cause of death, fans and celebrities alike shared messages of encouragement and support for the pair.
Miss Info wrote, “I’m so so sorry for your loss. Sending love and condolences to the whole family.”
Super producer and close friend Pharrell left praying emojis for his homies.
My condolences 💐 and prayers to @PUSHA_T sorry for the loss of your mom 🙏🏾🙏🏾💐💕
— Zachy Morris 🤎🤎 (@ZachyMorris) November 13, 2021
Damn Pusha T mom passed. Condolences to the GOAT and brother Malice.
— Leonardo DiCAPOrio (@DapoElCapo) November 12, 2021
One Twitter user saluted all the rappers who had lost their moms.
Rest in Power to all the moms that passed away suddenly…..Pusha T mom, Snoop Dogg Mom, Donda, may their sons have the most prosperous careers.
— A life of Love (@WorthyWomen1) November 13, 2021
For those unfamiliar with the Clipse, the brothers stepped on the rap scene in the 90s under the guidance of Pharrell. One of their biggest hits was 2002’s “Grindin.” The single went gold.
We are praying for the brothers!