Tommy Egan’s death revealed as star lets slip huge spoiler? #PowerSeason6 ...

The past two episodes of Power have ruled out both Andre Coleman (played by Rotimi Akinosho) and Paz Valdes (Elizabeth Rodriguez) in the Who Shot Ghost? case. Recent teasers for the next episode have hinted Tommy Egan’s (Joseph Sikora) role in Ghost’s (Omari Hardwick) shooting will be explored next and it could see the drug dealer killed.

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In a recent snap posted to his Instagram account, Joseph shared a photo of his character looking serious as he teased the latest episode.

Tommy is one of the favourites to be revealed as Ghost’s shooter after the pair had a huge fall out in the midseason finale.

The drug dealer believes Ghost shot his girlfriend LaKeisha Grant (La La Antony) after tricking him into killing his own father.

However, it seems Tommy may not be the one who pulled the trigger after all or if he did, he won’t be around long enough to enjoy life without Ghost.

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Ghost Tommy EganPower season 6 theories: Tommy Egan’s death revealed as star lets slip huge spoiler? (Image: STARZ)

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Joseph captioned the shot of Tommy: “WHO’s Ready for MORE TOMMY on your TV??!?!

“Come see me this Sunday at 8pm on STARZ or (I know how you like it) #gettheapp and watch at Midnight!”

Unsurprisingly the snap sent fans into a frenzy with one guessing Benny Civello (Domenick Lombardozzi) and Joe Proctor’s (Jerry Ferrara) family killing him.

“Tommy gets killed by the family of Benny and Proctor #RIP @josephsikora tell me I’m wrong,” they

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