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Power fans rage at Book 2 plot hole as lawyers blame Tasha for Ghost’s drug empire

POWER fans have raged at a Book 2 plot hole as lawyers blame Tasha for Ghost’s drug empire.

The character has taken the fall for the death of her husband in the original series, despite the fact it was their son Tariq who killed him.

Power Book 2 fans have raged about a plot hole involving Tasha and Ghost’s drugs empire[/caption]

The pair were plotting to frame Tommy Egan for the crime, but the latest episode of Power Book II: Ghost put a spanner in the works after Tasha was branded the ‘queenpin’ of Ghost’s drug empire.

The accusations came after the Democratic Party got involved, as it wanted to keep Ghost’s misdemeanors under wraps considering he was the running mate to the Democratic candidate for New York Governor at one point.

This lead to Tasha’s murder charge being thrown out of court, but instead, having her dead husband’s entire drug empire pinned on her, much to her dismay.

However, fans took issue with the storyline, with one writing on Reddit: “Let me get this straight: the DNC doesn’t want to have Ghost’s past brought to light.

Tasha was trying to blame Ghost’s death on Tommy Egan, even though it was her son Tariq who killed him [/caption]
Ghost had a drugs empire but the Democratic Party wants to keep that under wraps

“They charge Tasha as a ‘Queenpin’ to make the spotlight on her.

“Any competent defense attorney is going to bring up everything that Ghost was responsible for, and the DNC’s lame-ass game plan goes out the door.

“S**t makes no sense. It isn’t like they can’t just make all the charges disappear.”

Others agreed, with one writing: “The premiere was actually a pretty solid episode. I don’t disagree with some of the logic holes you pointed out though.”

Tasha had her murder charge thrown out but had Ghost’s drugs empire pinned on her instead[/caption]

Another replied: “This is insane. The writers really don’t care about logic anymore.”

However, others said their fellow viewers shouldn’t focus so hard on all the plot points, with one advising: “In order to enjoy Power you must suspend all reality. Once you do that you’ll enjoy the show.”

Power Book II: Ghost continues Sundays on Starz and Starzplay.

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