Power – Season 6, episode 2 Review

Power S6 E2

Whose Side Are You On?

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Power Season 6 Episode 2

#Ep. 2 - Whose Side Are You On?

Sep. 01, 2019

Tommy lays low after his mustang is riddled with bullets. Tensions run high with Ghost and Jason. Tommy enlists LaKeisha to help with his business. Tasha confronts Ghost about Terry Silver.

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