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Omari Hardwick from 50-cent‘s popular TV show, “Power,” chatted with the morning show cast about being called Ghost when he’s out and about in the street, and how the team behind the show crafted it to be a slow-burner, with meticulous planning all the way back from season one. He talks about the goals that the show aimed to accomplish in telling its story to its viewers

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Plus, he reveals which of the show’s many deaths were most difficult for him to deal with- as the actor, not as the character. Check out the audio player above to hear what he had to say in this exclusive interview from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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