Huge clue confirms Ghost is alive - and no one questioned it #PowerTV

For months fans waited to find out who shot Ghost (played by Omari Hardwick) and in the season six finale it was revealed Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr) chose to take down his father. However, despite there being several hints Ghost was dead in the final five episodes, many viewers aren’t convinced.


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There have been several theories surrounding Ghost’s apparent death with some fans thinking he faked it.

From theories of fake bullets, guns being switched and an ambulance waiting for Ghost to be taken away from Truth, speculation about his real fate is rife.

Fans weren’t really given any definitive answers about Ghost’s death either.

His body wasn’t shown being discovered in Truth by the police, no one identified his body in a morgue, and there was no funeral.

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For many viewers, the fact there wasn’t a funeral is a big hint Ghost didn’t really die.

Fans have since taken to social media to express their outrage that Ghost was pretty much forgotten while the series focussed on finding his shooter.

One fan wrote on Twitter: “Soooo nobody noticed they didn’t have a funeral for ghost #PowerTV #iwannaseethebody.”

Another added: “So #PowerTV family who is going to give Ghost a funeral.”

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