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50 Cent Shades Starz After Episodes 9 & 10 Of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Season 3 Leak Online

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50 Cent took to the streets of social media to shade Starz after Episodes 9 and 10 of “Power Book II: Ghost” Season 3 leaked online.

Fans of the show were fiending for Episode 9 after learning the network pushed back the release an additional week to May 19.

By noon, folks were going ham, bologna, and cheese on Twitter after the episodes leaked online.

What I found to be eyebrow-raising was the fact that the leaked episodes were apparently crystal clear.

One person tweeted:

Why the leaks so crystal clear tho? lmao

Like when Raina died (first power leak I ever saw) it was ashy. When Tariqu killed Ghost leaked ashy. lmao

But, these better than my Starz app picture.

See the original tweet below.

50 Cent is convinced the network leaked the episodes.

He took to Instagram writing, “Give it up for the only network that leaks its biggest shows. 👏👏👏great work guys! #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi

See his original post below.

50 Cent has been sick and tired of Starz. 

Last month, he blasted the network for dropping the ball on his NFL powerbroker series. 

The series reportedly centers on the life of Nicole Lynn, the power agent of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, who signed a mega deal worth nearly $255 million. 

In the now-deleted post, Fiddy wrote, “Nicole Lynn is no joke I told Starz, they didn’t listen. They paid for development then had a change of heart. Now you know I’m gonna sell this show in no time. GLG GreenLightGang I don’t miss.”

Thanks to the leak, social media is now a landmine of spoilers and I’ve been tiptoeing through trying not to get bombed.

Read a few Twitter reactions to the leak below.

Who do you think is responsible for the leaked episodes? 50 Cent? Starz? A disgruntled writer (considering they’re on strike)?

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below or join the convo on our socials. (Facebook, Instagram)

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