Power Book III: Raising Kanan fans rejoice after characters death

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On Sunday, Starz’s hit crime drama Raising Kanan premiered a new action-packed episode, this time with the death of businessman Cartier ‘Duns’ Fareed (played by Omar Dorsey). Although his death was one of many, fans took to social media to rejoice in his demise. 

Raising Kanan is the second spin-off to come from Starz’s acclaimed crime series, Power. 

The show explored the upbringing of Kanan Stark (Mekai Curtis) who was introduced in Power and originally played by 50 Cent. 

The spin-off transported fans to 1991 when he was a teenager and introduced them to his mob family led by glamorous queen pin Raquel ‘Raq’ Thomas (Patina Miller). 

With viewers well into season two, fans are beginning to see how the bright-eyed teenager turned into the complex criminal they met in Power. 

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As well as distributing drugs, Raq was a feared murderer and alongside her brother Lou-Lou Thomas (Malcolm Mays) and Marvin Thomas (London Brown) they were envied and hated. 

In the recent episode titled Anti Trust, Lou-Lou and Raq worked together to take out businessman Cartier. 

Although he was well-connected and powerful in business, he became a problem for Raq and had trouble staying in his role as a silent partner. 

As a result, the pair opened fire in an elevator and killed him, although Raq had hopes of doing business with him it’s clear she would have to find other routes to expand her network. 

His gruesome death was met with praise from fans who were ready to see the character killed. 

Many took to Twitter to rejoice at his death including @JaroG4 who wrote: “He had to go tho….”

@PopupHenry added: “Lmaoooo he went out exactly the way I thought he would still talking that s**t.”

A relieved @OAgbama tweeted: “Cartier had it coming. Thinking he can own everybody. Nah…not Raq. Sigh of relief from Lou. Adios, philosopher.”

@trinialee said: “Cartier NEEDED to go. He was getting too involved; Lou’s studio & then wanted 50% of Raq’s business. Naaah Bruh. Ride out!”

While @tiffyMontana labelled him: “Top 10 most irritating Power characters.”

Although Raq is usually good at keeping bodies hidden, Cartier’s may prove to be difficult to get rid of. 

This is because they killed him in an elevator, and with a close range distance there would undoubtedly be tons of blood to clean. 

It’s yet to be seen how the two will pull it off and where they would dispose of his body. 

The river is out of bounds after Crown Camacho’s (Quincy Brown) body washed up in episode eight, when Lou-Lou made the mistake of putting his dead body there. 

As Crown and Lou-Lou co-owned the studio and record label, the impact of his death has begun to play out, including the moment he found out Crown owed $50,000 and the debt fell on him. 

Power Book III: Raising Kanan is available on Starz in the US and available on Lionsgate+ in the UK

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