Power Season 2. Why to hate Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson as Kanan?

Power Season 2. Why to hate Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson as Kanan?
Power Season 2. Why to hate Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson as Kanan?

Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson as Kanan. Power Starz

Power Season 2. The popular show, which was renewed for a third season on June 10, 2015, because of the very positive ratings of its season 2 premiere on June 6, follows the life of James St. Patrick, nicknamed “Ghost” (Omari Hardwick.)

Ghost was the former owner and current manager of a popular New York City nightclub, called Truth. However, he is also a major player in one of the city’s biggest illegal drug networks. Thus, he struggles to balance these two lives.

Of course, Ghost, his family and friends are tough people, who run an illegal life and sometimes, including Ghost, they kill and behave cruelly. However, Kanan (Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson) is the worst of all of them. Since he left the prison, Ghost’s life is at risk.

Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson as Kanan; Naturi Naughton as Tasha; and Omari Hardwick as Ghost. Power Season 2

Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson as Kanan; Naturi Naughton as Tasha; and Omari Hardwick as Ghost. Power Season 2

Today, some of the worst moments of this psychotic character:

While in prison deceives Ghost about his friend Rolla, and provokes Rolla’s assassination. Now, Ghost knows that Rolla did not put the hit out on him. He cannot trust on Kanan anymore but Kanan has found a way to try to get inside of Ghost’s distribution network.

Kanan shot and killed brutally Q-Dubbs in front of Tommy (Joe Sikora), who was speechless. In fact, his way of solving problems is always beating, torturing and killing. Of course, he also orders the death of the girl in the pink shoes.

And how about Power Season 2 Episode 4? His interaction with Tasha (Naturi Naughton) at the end was absolutely creepy. Also, he cut a man’s tongue out… I hate him!

And these facts are even more odious, if we think that he was like a father for Ghost, Tasha and Tommy. What do you think? Isn’t he a true villain? Tell us your opinion now!

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