Michael Rainey Jr. claims that Tariq becoming Ghost in "Power Book II: Ghost" bothered him.

A release date for Power Book II: Ghost Season 3 has been keenly anticipated by fans. After his father James "Ghost" St. Patrick's (Omari Hardwick) death, Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) is followed in the series. Tariq turning into a ghost at the conclusion of Power was an unexpected story turn.

Rainey claims to have detested the entire story point.

In "Power Book II: Ghost," Tariq gradually assumes the role of his father.

Tariq is gradually evolving into the very same man that his father was, despite how much he disliked him as a child. 
More importantly, the college student/dealer is starting to comprehend the true nature of his father and the reasons for the decisions he made for him throughout his life.

In fact, as they eagerly await Power Book II: Ghost Season 3, viewers are beginning to notice Tariq's gradual transformation into Ghost.

On Instagram Live, Power Universe creator Courtney Kemp stated, "A lot of you guys are continuously talking about Ghost coming back.
"Without getting into too much detail, I'll just say that part of the inspiration for this piece came from my father's illness. The interesting thing about it, and what I'm actually attempting to show, is that Tariq is a ghost on earth. Ghost has found Tariq. Before our very eyes, he is acquiring knowledge and evolving. Growing becoming a man, Tariq.

When Tariq Ghost appeared on "Power," Michael Rainey Jr. detested it.

It's no secret that Tariq was one of the most despised characters in the Power Universe prior to Power Book II: Ghost. In fact, Rainey claims that he detested the idea of becoming Ghost when he first realized that his character would be one.

Even merely acting out the situation was difficult for Ghost. In a recent episode of The Crew Has It, Rainey described the experience to Joseph Sikora and Gianni Paolo as "really odd, man, it was just genuinely just weird, like a weird vibe." 

But the 22-year-old says he now understands that Tariq did it to further the plot, he continued. It was now appropriate to focus on Tariq's story because Ghost had dug his own grave. Rainey claims he was shocked when he found out he would be the director of Power Book II: Ghost, nevertheless.

I can't remember which episode of season six we were filming, but [producer] 50 Cent had just arrived on location one day, according to Rainey, speaking to Ash London Live via Express.

 He was simply talking to everyone when he approached me and pulled me to the side, where we began to converse. You're going to be the star of your own program shortly, he said, after you finish this. The word Rainey was s. In his memory, "I was like, 'All right, whatever.

Kemp confirmed the information a week or two later.

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