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Hollywood Comes to D.C.: ‘Power’ Season 4 Red Carpet Premiere

The Stars Network premiered season 4 of its hit show “Power” on Sunday, June 25, picking up where it left off, following James “Ghost” St. Patrick to jail. Tasha’s world is falling apart and Angela is hell-bent on getting justice for the murder of Greg even if it means taking the love of her life Jamie down for a crime he didn’t commit. And Tommy the enforcer? Of course he is doing what he does best: kicking ass and asking questions later.

Rapper and actor 50 Cent of Starz' "Power" graces the red carpet during a June 8 red-carpet event at the Newseum in D.C. for the show's season 4 premiere. (Shevry Lassiter/The Washington Informer)
Rapper and actor 50 Cent of Starz’ “Power” graces the red carpet during a June 8 red-carpet event at the Newseum in D.C. for the show’s season 4 premiere. (Shevry Lassiter/The Washington Informer)

Before the cable premiere, the cast, crew and network hosted their star-studded glitzy premiere in D.C. on Thursday, June 8, at the Newseum in Northwest. It could have been in New York or L.A. as expected, but they chose the District instead. Show creator Courtney Kemp Agboh has a connection to the city, spending most of her summers here growing up, so for her bringing “Power” to D.C. was a must.

The entire cast graced the red carpet, including Omari Hardwick, 50 Cent, Lela Loren, Joseph Sikora, Naturi Naughton, La La and Larenz Tate.

Local celebrities such as Washington Wizards guard John Wall and the cast of “The Real Housewives of Potomac” came through to support the hottest show of the summer.

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Sarafina Wright –Washington Informer Staff Writer

Sarafina Wright is a staff writer at the Washington Informer where she covers business, community events, education, health and politics. She also serves as the editor-in-chief of the WI Bridge, the Informer’s millennial publication. A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, she attended Howard University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. A proud southern girl, her lineage can be traced to the Gullah people inhabiting the low-country of South Carolina. The history of the Gullah people and the Geechee Dialect can be found on the top floor of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. In her spare time she enjoys watching either college football or the Food Channel and experimenting with make-up. When she’s not writing professionally she can be found blogging at E-mail: Social Media Handles: Twitter: @dreamersexpress, Instagram: @Sarafinasaid, Snapchat: @Sarafinasaid

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