A lot of people are interested in the show Power Book III: Raising Kanan because it has interesting characters and a story that deals with loyalty, betrayal, and survival. Scrappy (Ade Chike Torbert) is one of Raq’s most trusted soldiers, so his part in the story has taken unexpected turns. Raq killed Scrappy because she thought he was a spy, but it turned out he wasn’t a spy after a few weeks. Now Raq feels bad about killing her trusted soldier. A surprising turn happens in one of the most recent shows regarding Scrap’s mom, Shantel, which makes viewers wonder about her health. tvacute talks about what happened
Power Book III: Raising Kanan: Is Scrap’s Mom Shantel Dead?
Yes, Shantel (Mia Y. Anderson), Scrap’s mom, died in t Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 3 Episode 7. When Lou-Lou, who was having his problems and was losing hope, made a terrible choice that led to Shantel’s unexpected death, the story took a dramatic turn. In this episode, While speaking with Tanner, Howard is asked for information about Marvin. His attention is taken away, though, when he sees Scrappy’s mother, Shantel, getting ready to talk to another officer. Howard steps in to talk to Shantel instead.
Marvin finds Lou-Lou in a bad mood. She is drunk and upset about Shantel telling the cops what she did. Lou-Lou says he doesn’t remember calling the cops, so Marvin tells him to clean up the mess. At the end of the show, something terrible happens at Shantel’s house, and Lou-Lou does something very bad that kills Shantel.
Throughout the show, it becomes clear that Shantel is caught up in the dangerous world of Raq and her friends because she wants justice and to find out the truth about what happened to her son. At the episode’s darkest moment, Lou-Lou, who is having his problems, makes a shocking choice that changes everything. As the characters deal with what happened after Shantel’s death, it becomes clear how much the Thomas family is hurting. The episode shows what it’s like to live in a dangerous world where people are always betraying each other and fighting for power.