Power fans fume as season 6 ending leaked online in series of videos tracking Ghost’s shooter – The Sun

THE ending of Power’s sixth and final seasons has been leaked online, much to the horror of fans.

Week by week, fans have come closer to discovering who shot James ‘Ghost’ St Patrick, with the perpetrator set to be exposed in the season finale.

However, some viewers were crushed when thy stumbled upon some leaked clips of the big reveal.

If you’re worried about spoilers, fear not, Sun Online aren’t going to give the shooter’s identity away.

However, we’re about to delve into the nature of the clips, so look away now if you want to be surprised.

The leaked clips see Ghost come face-to-face with his shooter while looking out over the balcony of Truth.

He urges his assailant to “put the gun down,” but his pleading falls on deaf ears.

As they advance towards him, he warns:  “If you do this s***, you can never go back.”

He continued to beg them to give him the gun, before the attacker replies: “I can’t.”

They proceed to shoot Ghost and watch as he tumbles from the balcony to his death.

Upon hearing the furore, Tommy rushes to Ghost’s side and looks up to clock the killer.

Suffice to say there was plenty of backlash to the leaked footage on social media.

“Me watching ***** in this Power leak kill Ghost. Lmfao this better be a false ending because this is trash and cliché,” one Twitter user fumed.

A second agreed: “Just seen the Power season 6 leak and I’m officially cancelling my Starz subscription.”

A third joked: “Them Power leaks be like car crashes on the freeway. You hate to see it, but you still gotta look lol.”

While a fourth moaned: “If that Power leak is real them [they] need to come up with some better s*** and reshoot the whole episode.”

However, there is a glimmer of hope for those who’ve stumbled across spoilers.

Show boss Courtney Kemp previously hinted that multiple endings for the show had been filmed, it the event of such a leak.

She told Deadline: “I will say we’ve filmed a lot of different things because things get leaked in the Power world all the time, you know.

“It turns out that very often content slips away from us, so we’ve got a lot of different endings and false ending, real endings and truthful endings, all in the can.”

Fans will have to tune into the final two episodes of Power if they want to find out if the leaks are legitimate or not.

Power season 6 continues on Sunday on Starz and Monday on Netflix UK.

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