In the television series “Power Book II: Ghost,” Norma is faced with a difficult decision when her ex-boyfriend, Francesca Lombardi, threatens to harm Tariq St. Patrick, Effie Morales, and Brayden Weston if she doesn’t hand over the listening device they retrieved from Lombardi’s mansion. Lombardi was a rival arms dealer who had been using the listening device to spy on Norma and gain an advantage in the drug game.
To protect her allies and her business interests, Norma decides to take matters into her own hands and kill Lombardi. In a dramatic confrontation, Norma confronts Lombardi in her office and shoots him, retrieving the listening device and saving her friends. The scene highlights Norma’s ruthless nature and her willingness to do whatever it takes to protect her interests, even if it means killing her own child’s father.
The consequences of Norma’s actions are far-reaching, as she now has to deal with the fallout from Lombardi’s death and navigate the repercussions of her decision. The scene also serves to demonstrate the high stakes of the drug game and the lengths that those involved are willing to go to protect their interests. Despite the danger and the moral ambiguity of their actions, Tariq, Effie, and Brayden continue to work with Norma, demonstrating their loyalty to her and their willingness to take risks to achieve success in the drug world.