50 Cent Says Michael Rainey Jr. Has Excelled the Most in the ‘Power’ Universe in ‘Power Book II: Ghost.’


Michael Rainey Jr. began starring as Tariq St. Patrick in the first season of Power. Now, nearly a decade later, he’s the lead in his own show, Power Book II: Ghost.

Tariq was just a small character, the son of a drug kingpin, James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) in the first few seasons of the show.

Now in Ghost, he’s become his own man and executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has been there every step of the way.

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The highly-rated first spinoff in the Power Universe, Power Book II: Ghost is set to return to Starz for season 2 on Nov. 21.

This season, Tariq will be dealing with the aftermath of killing Professor Jabari Reynolds (Justin Marcel McManus. while trying to distance himself from Monet Tejada (Mary J.

Blige) and her sinister family.

“Where we had begun an encroachment of his drug life into his school life with the incidents that took place in episode 8 with the attempt on his life and the body in the pool, now his whole drug life is crashed into his campus life in a real way,” Power creator Courtney Kemp told Entertainment Weekly. “And Tariq definitely feels like he’s walking around as a ticking time bomb. His relationships are going to get more complicated, and while that’s all happening he’s still got a love life.”

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50 Cent has said Michael Rainey Jr. has excelled the most in the ‘Power’ Universe

Rainey has been in the Power Universe since the beginning.

At first, his character was simply a young boy in the background. However, as Power pressed forward and Tariq grew older, he became a central character in the narrative. Now, 50 Cent says that the 21-year-old has excelled the most out of anyone.

“It’s the coolest thing, out of everybody he’s excelled the most,“ 50 Cent told XXL Magazine. “Because being 12; I always tell him I’m a little envious of him. I wish I had got on at 12. He’s number one on the call sheet and he started off as just the little guy in the back and he said, ‘Na, I’m gonna take over this thing.’ Early on I… Brinkwire Entertainment short news.


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