'Power' Season 6 Episode 11: The question on everyone's mind is who shot Ghost and fans think the answer is not obvious
'Power' is on a mid-season break and even as we wait for the show to return with Season 6 Episode 11 on the first Sunday of 2020, there is a major cliffhanger that we are stressed out about.
The first half of Season 6 ended with Ghost (Omari Hardwick) getting shot, and the big question at the moment is who shot him? Some fans are also worried if Ghost will even make a return for the second half, but we know there is no 'Power' without Ghost.
As many fans have pointed out on social media, the question was never who killed Ghost for us, but instead, who shot Ghost, and the answer may not be as obvious as you think.
The list of people who wanted Ghost dead seems nearly inexhaustible, starting with his own son Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr) all the way to his "brother" Tommy (Joseph Sikora).
Of course, his scornful ex-wife Tasha (Naturi Naughton), former ally Counsilman Tate (Larenz Tate), Saxe (Shane Johnson), Paz (Elizabeth Rodriguez), and even Dre (Rotimi Akinosho) are among the people who would have no qualms about killing him.
However, it looks like some of the people we may have never considered in this list may have had a hand as well. As one fan points out, it would be really interesting if Ramona (Cynthia Addai) or one of her employees was to be responsible for his death.
A more outlandish fan theory even connects her to the mythological Breeze, who was a kingpin that existed before the events of 'Power'.
"I really thought that Ramona's secret was that she was getting close to Ghost so she can get revenge for Breeze. I think she shot Ghost," the fan points out, and it seems plausible because she is among the few people that knew Ghost's whereabouts.
Meanwhile, another fan theory that is floating around suggests that Ghost is faking his own death to start afresh and get far away from the people who want him dead.
These theories will be proved or disproved when the show returns with Season 6 Episode 11 on Sunday, January 5, 2020.