The mid-season finale of “The Chi” Season 6 aired on Friday, September 22, and the shizznit has officially hit the fan!
Who Shot Ya?
Kevin says goodbye as he leaves Chicago for the sunny skies of California.
Bakari struggles with grief and guilt over the death of Pastor Stanley.
Jake makes a move the occupy the space Kevin once held.
Darnell makes a bold move in an effort to settle Emmett’s debts with Douda.
Gianna makes a hefty financial investment into her business relationship with Jemma.
Emmett and Rob devise a plan to eliminate a threat, but things don’t go as planned prompting Victor to slide back into his Trig bag.
Twitter Reacts To ‘The Chi’ Season 6 Episode 8
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What Is “The Chi” Season 6 About?
Big dreams are finally realized but at a cost and everyone will be tested in unimaginable ways as they calculate the risks and rewards of their next big move.
Emmett (Jacob Latimore) and Kiesha’s (Birgundi Baker) blissful blended union is tested by his insatiable drive to expand Smokey’s and a new perilous partnership, while Kiesha finally races toward a rewarding new career.
Douda (Curtiss Cook) deals with the fallout of Q’s murder and its effect on the shifting loyalty of his inner circle.
Victor’s (Luke James) bold declaration of love for both his new girlfriend and his beloved community will impact his political ambitions.
Happily married Jada (Yolonda Ross) mentors Emmett and her besties as they navigate relationships.
Kevin (Alex Hibbert) is becoming a brilliant master gamer but struggles with the youthful pitfalls of early independence.
Jake (Michael V. Epps) launches a new business, and Papa (Shamon Brown Jr.) falls for an older woman while questioning his faith.
Watch The Season 6 Trailer
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