HIGHWOOD —I was really let down with “The Chi” season finale.
I was happy to see that season six of the show was a significant improvement from season five, which I must admit I didn’t find all that amazing. Episode each episode, the drama has been intensifying, and following last week’s, I was ecstatic about what I believed to be an incredible finale. Not at all. I kept begging for more and more, but it didn’t do anything at all. “Who Shot Ya?”
something’s not good when something occurs in a TV show, especially because this was Alex Hibbert’s (Kevin) last tour. Sure, that character is finished, and he’s moving to Los Angeles to pursue a gaming career. Detest for
However, Kevin has been a vital part of the show since the beginning, and I’m concerned about how Papa and Jake and the other characters will manage without their friend. Concerns about Kiesha’s safety were strong, and the tension between her and Emmett was intense.
The developing hostility between Douda, Nuck, and Zane made things worse because it was clear that Douda’s henchmen were trying their hardest to win him over. The issue was that they were not aware of the impending danger.
It was quite distressing to me when Papa informed Kenya that he was no longer interested in having a romantic connection with her.
Emmett had the difficult talk about her financial ties to Douda with Jada and Darnell. As a loving father, Darnell chastised Emmett for his poor decisions. Seeing why Darnell called his son out on his shenanigans and Emmett’s inability to admit his own terrible decisions was fascinating to see. No matter how hard you try, Emmett, you’re not a street guy.
Shaad sent a confession to Deja rather than Tierra since his desire for her overcame him. His world was shattered as a result. Rob and Emmett went to Victor to ask for assistance in getting rid of Douda. He also let them know that there are people who aspire to be street thugs. But after Victor declined to participate, Rob and Emmett