Cane has developed a reputation for being a hothead who acts without thinking first ever since the start of the show. He has killed several people, including Frank Tejada (David Zayas) and Office Ramirez (Shalim Ortiz), which has only produced problems for the Tejada family’s drug business.
Not to mention that Cane continues to terrorise Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) and regularly goes against Monet’s desires.
Everyone in the Powerverse typically receives some form of retribution for their errors, much like how art imitates life. The fact that Power Book II: Ghost Season 3’s final scene ends in a shootout has led some to speculate that Cane may have paid the ultimate pay for his errors.
During a private interview with Distractify, Woody
Power Book II: Ghost, does Cane pass away? Woody stated that he is unsure.
Tariq is taken aback by Noma (Caroline Chikeze), Dru (Lovell Adams-Gray), Diana (LaToya Tonodeo), Effie (Alix Lapri), and Cane in Season 3 Episode 10, who had all conspired to get rid of him.
Cane brandishes a gun and tells Tariq that he has been waiting a long time to murder him. The lights in the warehouse suddenly go out as Cane is about to shoot Tariq, and Brayden (Gianni Paolo) runs in to shoot Cane and cause a distraction so they can flee.
As gunfire erupts, eagle-eyed fans notice that Brayden shot Cane and it appears that Cane was hit in the chest area.
Judging by the way the scene was edited, some folks think that Cane possibly sustained a life-threatening wound and maybe the next casualty on the show.
Unfortunately, Woody’s sentiments will leave fans guessing.
“I don’t know. Cane got shot and I don’t even want to talk about it,” Woody exclusively told Distractify. “I’m getting emotional here. Even bringing it up I get emotional because I love Cane so much.”
Woody continued: “We don’t know if Cane survived Season 3.”
Will Cane take over the drug business if he lives? Monet won’t be there.
If you watched the thrilling season finale, you already know that Monet (Mary J. Blige), who was shot, is presently fighting for her life.
People are curious as to what Cane’s future would include if he survives Season 4 considering that he was completely prepared to kill Tariq and has been making decisions regarding the drug enterprise.
Cane’s ability to rise to the occasion and consider his actions before acting was the focus of Season 3, Woody said. The way he handled everything surrounding his father killing Zeke shown significant development. I think Cane can take over and lead the empire because he has been acting strategically all season.
Additionally, Cane discovered a lot from Mecca (Daniel Sunjata) as a result of their business partnership, according to Woody.
“I think Mecca was that guy that was kind of there for [Cane] when his father wasn’t, and he taught him a lot,” Woody said. “I think it could really work,” you say, “if you give Cane that chance and surround him with the right people.”