Leaks are a plague on pop culture, whether for the early spoilers or for ruining the surprise element and intended rollout for fans in any medium. Moreover, the final two episodes of "Power Book II: Ghost" leaked online, and social media had a field day reacting. Of course, they had both the series events (which won't be spoiled here) and the leak itself to react to. In fact, a lot of the show's stars and collaborators reacted online with surprise, frustration, or the lightest attitude they could muster. Unsurprisingly, series head 50 Cent had the most notable reaction online.
"Give it up for the only network that leaks its biggest shows," Fif wrote about Starz. "Great work guys!" Fortunately, it seems like these won't literally be the last episodes of "Power Book II: Ghost." Reports in January indicated that the network renewed the show for a fourth season, so there's plenty more "Power" to watch unfold. Still, that probably won't arrive in a while, so it's still unfortunate that fans who'd rather wait for official releases have to dodge spoilers online.
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In addition, it should be noted that this isn't the first leak that "Power Book II: Ghost" has had to deal with. Even without these new leaks in mind, there is still plenty of drama to go over within the show's universe and production. A recent one was cast members claiming that T.I. was replaced by Method Man on the show due to his beef with 50 Cent. During an interview with Tony the Closer, the Atlanta trap pioneer cleared the air surrounding his alleged involvement and subsequent removal from the show.
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"50 and I we were executive producers on a different show outside of the 'Power' universe. But nah, me and 50 cool," he said. "I think I'm the only one who is not offended by his brash approach and he's not offended by mine. So, you now, we play rough but ain't no issue. It's a mutual respect, though." These rumored beefs are nothing compared to how the G-Unit mogul feels about Starz and these leaks. Keep scrolling to see more reactions on social media. Also, stick around on HNHH for more news and updates on "Power Book II: Ghost."
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