‘F–ked Up’: Fans in Uproar After 50 Cent Appears to Leak ‘Power’ Finale

The question of who shot “Power” character James “Ghost” St. Patrick seems to be just as big as who shot the character J.R. in the 1980s primetime soap opera “Dallas.”

The answer to who shot Ghost should be revealed in the final two episodes of the show, which will wrap up after this season.

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But some think that 50 Cent already gave the answer after he leaked two clips of the crime drama, which showed two separate killers.

Plus, the “In Da Club” rapper posted a message to Instagram that surfaced on Monday, where he slammed Starz, the network that houses “Power.”

“These people at Starz bugging out, talking to me like they crazy. Like I ain’t who I am, they got me f–ked up. I will put all this sh-t out tonight,” wrote 50.

One of the clips showed the character Tariq St. Patrick, played by Michael Rainey Jr., pull the trigger as Tasha St. Patrick, played by Naturi Naughton, screamed.

The second clip that 50 shared shows Tasha pulling the trigger after she says, “I can’t let you destroy my son.”

Shortly after the videos were posted, people started crying foul, and many blasted 50. The rapper then shared a 2019 interview from show creator Courtney Kemp that seems to indicate that he really didn’t leak the “Power” ending.

“I will say we’ve filmed a lot of different things because things get leaked in the ‘Power’ world all the time,” she explained during that interview. “It turns out that very often content slips away from us, so we’ve got a lot of different endings and false endings, real endings and truthful endings, all in the can.”

Plus, in the caption of that post, 50 seemed to confirm that he didn’t leak the actual ending.

“Your gonna have to wait to find out who killed Ghost,” he wrote. “😠 I will leak more before this is over. I’ve prepared for every possible thing WELCOME TO THE 50CENT SHOW 🤨.

In the comments of that post, people said they were confused as to whether they actually saw who shot Ghost, and they slammed 50 for playing with their emotions

“Wait soooooooo that was a fake leak? I’m stressed out,” one person wrote.

“I wanna fight you!” wrote another.

“U like f–king wit a n—a brain and sh–,” a third “Power” fan stated.

The next episode of “Power” will air on Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. EST.

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