Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) needs to pick a lane! Is he or isn’t he a new man? Renault is ever so grateful to Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) after he saved his life. Because if it wasn’t for Drew’s quick thinking and advocacy, Cyrus might have died. So, if he’s so grateful to Drew, why is Cyrus about to get under his skin? Things become clear when Cyrus reacts to Sonny’s arrest.
Ever since Drew arrived in Pentonville, Cyrus has tried to get him to join his fellowship group. He preaches the good word and swears he’s now a righteous man. However, something’s obviously off about his belief system, and it shows. At any given moment Cyrus can go from a bully-blasting defender or a grateful victim, to an instigator, the perpetrator, and well, the problem. Despite his proclamation, Cyrus still shows signs of his unhinged, deceitful and deadly behavior as before.
How long can Cyrus keep up this act? That is of course if it is an act. According to recent General Hospital spoilers, Cyrus reacts to Sonny’s arrest. He gets under Drew’s skin, the very same Drew that Cyrus said he owed his life to. As the drama intensifies in Port Charles, secret plots unravel, exposing everything and all connections. Apparently, Sonny’s arrest kickstarts the process as it’s now down to the wire.
Moreover, GH rumors claim that we get closer to learning the truth about Cyrus, Sonny, Pikeman, and more. GH spoilers for 9/5/23 indicate that Drew sees through Cyrus’s contrarian motives as he discredits Sonny’s protective services. But who knows, maybe Cyrus has it all wrong?
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Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”