JP in Power Book IV Could Be Connected to James St. Patrick

Following his relocation from New York to Chicago, Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) has become the center of Power Book IV: Force. Tommy has been resolved to strike out on his own as the only boss of his own drug organization since the death of his best friend and business partner, James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick). 

Tommy, on the other hand, had not expected to find some important family ties in Chicago when he came. When he arrived, he realized that his maternal grandmother had not died as his mother Kate (Patricia Kalember) had claimed. Tommy also found out that he has a half-brother named JP (Anthony Fleming), whom Kate had abandoned.

In Chicago, Tommy has unearthed a slew of family secrets.

Tommy had intended to travel to Los Angeles when he left NYC. Chicago, on the other hand, provided him with far more than he could have imagined.

"As Tommy leaves New York after losing Ghost, LaKeisha, and the only city he's ever known," the official Starz description says, "he makes a quick detour to close an old wound that's been tormenting him for decades." "What was supposed to be a simple pit stop becomes a maze of family secrets and lies Tommy thought were long forgotten." One move leads to another, and Tommy soon finds himself immersed in Chicago's heroin trade, sandwiched between the city's two most powerful gangs."

Tommy’s brother JP may be the biggest mystery of all.

It's possible that JP is related to James St. Patrick.

JP appears to be a kind guy, but there is a lot we don't know about him. He's newly divorced, a jazz musician and club owner, and estranged from his teenage son Darnell as D-Mac, according to reports (Lucien Cambric). But, as Movie Bot pointed out on YouTube, we know very nothing about him, including what his name means.

In fact, because JP sounds so much like James St. Patrick, another Irish name, supporters feel Kate is hiding even more secrets than she already is. We'll very certainly find out more information if she comes to Chicago now that she knows her mother has died.

Is it possible for Kate to visit Chicago?

We're almost certain Kate will return to Chicago now that JP has found her down and informed her of her mother's death, even though she has no idea Tommy is still alive. Despite the fact that JP is living with his grandmother, Kate is likely to believe that there is some money set aside for her. Kate is in for an unpleasant revelation if she shows up in the Windy City. JP, the boy she abandoned, as well as his father, will be confronted by her. She'll also come face to face with Tommy, whom she holds responsible for Ghost's death.

Source: Cheatsheet 

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