“Power” Season 4 could see one major player getting killed off.
In the series’ official Twitter account, Starz shared a teaser photo of LaKeisha (La La Anthony), along with the caption, “We're all wondering. #PowerTV #WhereisLaKeisha.” No additional details were shared regarding the character’s fate next season, but the tweet seemed to hint that LaKeisha’s disappearance in the final episodes of “Power” Season 3 will have a major significance in the upcoming installment.
In “Power” Season 3, Keisha found out that Tasha St. Patrick (Naturi Naughton) was using their beauty salon as a front to launder Tommy’s (Joseph Sikora) drug money. When Milan (Callan Mulvey) approached Tasha about her scheme, Keisha eavesdropped on their conversation and found out about her friend’s secret. Unsurprisingly, she was livid about Tasha’s betrayal, but the latter told her they can’t stop laundering money because it would raise suspicions.
However, Milan then told Tommy that he wanted Keisha dead and ordered the latter to do the deed. The Serbian drug lord told Tommy that he’d have to sever all his connections if he wants to be truly free. Later, Tommy did show up in Keisha’s shop, but what happened to her after wasn’t shown.
Meanwhile, “Power” fans shared their ideas about what may have happened to LaKeisha in Season 3. Some fans believe that Tommy may have followed Milan’s order and killed her. But others weren’t convinced that he murdered Keisha because her death would have been shown onscreen. These fans speculated that Tommy might have told Keisha to go out of town while he and Ghost (Omari Hardwick) took care of Milan. Check out some fan theories about LaKeisha’s fate below!
Starz also previously shared a teaser photo of Angela (Lela Loren), Joe Proctor (Jerry Ferrara) and newcomer Sung Kang's character. “We're back in the game and there's a new face on set. We spotted @SungKang with @JerryFerrara and @LelaLoren. #PowerTV,” read the photo's caption.
Starz has not yet announced an official air date for “Power” Season 4, but it is expected to air in the first half of 2017.