Power Book II: Ghost season 2 episode 4 premieres this weekend and it is clear that Ezekiel Cross hasn’t had it easy. Fans are now curious to know whether he is the son of Monet Tejada.

Power Book 2: Ghost season 2 episode 4 will premiere on the Starz television network at 8 PM Eastern Time today, Sunday, December 12th.

With the massive Monet storyline revealed, let’s dive into what Zeke’s relations are on the show.

Is Zeke Cross the son of Monet Tejada?

Yes, Zeke Cross is not Monet’s nephew after all, in fact, he is her son.

This big reveal came when Monet and Mecca were talking about how Mecca had paid $1 million to make sure that Zeke would be represented by the iconic David MacLean. Considering Mecca and Monet have a lot of history, this is when Mecca had the realisation that Zeke was his kid. More so than ever, he is keen to do whatever he can to keep Zeke safe and successful.

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It certainly came as a massive plot twist to fans and most are confused about how it all pieces together. Mainly, how does Lorenzo not know about any of this… or does he?

It is up in the air whether Zeke is going to get drafted for the NBA, but if he does then this could switch up everything. He will be making so much money that Monet probably won’t need her business anymore and Zeke will most likely have to move to New York.

Power Book II Ghost season 2 episode 4

Power Book season 2 episode 4 releases today, December 12th 2021.

The episode was titled Gettin’ These Ends and the plot summary is as follows: Davis questions Tariq’s client referrals; Cane finds Brayden eager to prove himself and gives him the chance to make some real money; Zeke needs everyone’s help to assure his professional basketball future is protected.

With the help of his parents, Zeke seems to be more protected and secure within his future career. However, could things switch up and fans be hit with another plot twist? Some viewers are theorising that Zeke could die or get arrested for the death of Jabari.

Viewers have long thought that he will sustain some kind of injury meaning he is unable to play for the NBA after all. The Tejada family future is completely up in the air, but things may start to make sense as we head towards the end of the season.

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