After Sunday night's packed episode of Power, rapper 50 Cent - who executive produces and plays Kanan on the show - took to Instagram to share his frustration. He posted images from the episode with the caption: "I woke up feeling a little different about POWER this morning . If the biggest show on your net work doesn't mean anything, what does your network mean STARZ? I'm taking my talents to south beach [f*ck] this."
Power showrunner, Courtney Kemp said this past episode was originally planned to be a two-parter with the deaths of characters played by Anika Noni Rose and J.R. Ramirez. Unfortunately, Starz wouldn't give them the extra episode, which resulted in one packed show Sunday night. As a result, Kemp said the episode lost some story elements. Power is currently in its fourth season.