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There Was a Threesome With a Ghost on Empire, and the Internet Can't Handle It

Empire is back for its third season, and although the show is known for its drama, surprise guest stars, and killer Cookie-isms, it decided to push the envelope even further in Wednesday night's fourth episode. At the beginning of "Cupid Kills," Lucious and Andre desperately try to woo Nessa back to their company with a record deal after Shyne creates a bidding war between different record companies over her singing career.
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