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Sunday night’s episode of “Power” left me clutching my imaginary pearls in total shock when Tasha murked out her estranged BFF Lakeisha.

Related: Lala Anthony Says ‘Power’ Fans Have Trouble Separating Real-Life From TV

Lala Anthony, who played the character Lakeisha Grant for six seasons, took to social media to reflect on the role, the show, the fans, and her experience.

SPOILER ALERT‼️Last night was so emotional for me. This was hard to watch?I want to thank @50cent & @courtneyakemp for giving me the chance to bring LAKEISHA GRANT to life. I’m forever grateful to the two of them for believing in me.

@naturi4real you are an amazing talent and an amazing friend. Im so glad we took this ride together❤️ @josephsikora4 I thank you everyday for the work we did. You are phenomenal! That final scene, when you walked in and dropped to your knees…WOW. You pushed me to grow as an actor & a person. I was honored to be your KEISHA. I’m going to miss working with you so much?

@omarihardwickofficial & the the rest of the POWER cast and crew my love for all of you runs deep. We are a family??and finally to the fans of Power. I love all of you so much❤️Thank you for taking this ride every season with us. You have made Power a show people will never forget.

Thanks for riding with Lakeisha. Whether you loved her or hated her…I appreciate you so much. Love really makes you do crazy things?‼️

From the bottom of my heart Thank you. Thank you. Thank you ❤️❤️RIP LAKEISHA GRANT… I love you❤️ @power_starz #powertv#lakeishagrant

See Lala’s original post below.

Naturi Naughton also took to social media with a farewell message for her girl on and off screen!

Last, but certainly not least, Joseph Sikora, the “Tommy” to Lala Anthony’s “Keisha,” said his goodbye:

Meanwhile…Courtney Kemp got jokes:

What are your thoughts on last night’s episode of “Power?!” What do you think Tommy will do next?

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