General Hospital Spoilers: Cyrus Sends Austin (and His Family 😉) A Message!

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Cyrus sends Austin a message! Initially, Laura didn’t believe Cyrus when he told her that turned a new leaf and found God. Surely her brother didn’t have some sudden epiphany after the things he’s done. Or, did he?

Like Laura Spencer (Genie Francis), fans are getting whiplash, thinking about Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober). Is he or isn’t he? A bad guy. A good guy. A good guy who does bad things. Repeat. Honestly, he’s been pretty convincing with how he’s always reciting Bible verses. Even Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) found sincerity in the new and improved Cyrus. However, GH recaps recall one particular scene where Cyrus flipped the script again. Now that he’s in the hospital instead of Pentonville, Cyrus has more outreach. His conversation with Dr. Austin Holt (Roger Howarth) left fans questioning Cyrus’s intentions.

According to GH spoilers and rumors, Cyrus knows more about Austin and his family than Austin ever wants exposed. In yesterday’s scenes, it’s apparent that Cyrus sends Austin a message, no, more like a threat. “May the Lord Bless you and protect you. And your family,” is what Cyrus said as Austin walked out of his hospital room. Evidently, that comment rattled Austin to the point that he couldn’t hide it. What all does Cyrus know about Austin (and his family 😉)?

Would a changed man seemingly threaten another? Was that Cyrus said to Austin a true threat?

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