The Little Princess’s Married-in Boyfriend (30)
Xu Menggui looked at him indifferently, then lowered his head to continue signing documents.
They were all files for transferring the Bai family property.
He signed his name to represent the company, the house, and various kinds of private property.
They were all his.
Bai Weiwei now had nothing.
Bai Weiwei rushed into the company and found that all her family’s signboards had been removed.
A group of employees were hanging up new signboards.
The big “M” stung her eyes.
She rushed into the elevator, not daring to believe it, and pressed to button for the top floor.
When she arrived at the top floor, she discovered that everyone was a stranger.
All the people familiar with the Bai family had disappeared.
These young people had joyful expressions on their faces. They were all employees from M Group who were newly promoted to take charge of this company.
A secretary-like employee came over. “Who are you, do you have an appointment?”
Bai Weiwei pushed him away, her expression cold. “This is my family’s company. What appointment would I need?”
Saying this, she broke into the president’s office.
The office was extremely large.
Next to the enormous floor-to-ceiling window stood a tall and slender, beautiful man wearing a black suit.
His eyes were cold, his face stern. That familiar tenderness disappeared, leaving behind only a strange chill.
Bai Weiwei’s footsteps stopped. Her voice quivered. “Menggui, they said the company collapsed. I don’t believe it. You’re clearly still here.”
Even though it was obvious at this point.
She still chose to believe him.
Xu Menggui looked at her, coldly sizing her up, and suddenly said in a cold voice, “That’s right ah, I’m still here. But that’s because I’m the leader of M Group ba.”
This sentence was full of unspeakable malice.
But it was also enough to completely crush Bai Weiwei’s innocence.
Bai Weiwei found him indescribably unfamiliar, as though she were looking at him for the first time.
She stood blankly at the door. Because she’d gone out in such a hurry, she hadn’t had the time to tidy herself up.
Long hair fell in loose curls below her shoulders, with cute little flowers pinning the bangs. She wore pastel pink loungewear and animal-shaped slippers.
She was like a soft, cute little bunny forcibly dragged from its warm nest.
Her face was full of panic and helplessness.
It made people feel it was unbearable.
Xu Menggui couldn’t speak the vicious words on the tip of his tongue.
The fingers in his pocket clenched unconsciously.
Bai Weiwei suddenly lifted her head. She said, gritting her teeth, “I don’t believe it. I don’t believe anything you said.”
She continued, tears in her eyes, “I won’t believe it, You’re lying to me. The company hasn’t collapsed or been acquired.”
Xu Menggui sneered. He took out a cigarette. His fingers were slightly trembling.
“So stupid. Bai Weiwei, I never liked you. I only came to your home to destroy the Bai Corporation. All’s fair in war1, after all. My company wants to become the top in his field, so it can only crush others using any means.”
These clearly weren’t the things he wanted to say.
Instead he mocked her, taunted her, telling her he wanted to make her suffer.
All to bring down the Bai family. But when they came out of his mouth, it felt more like he wanted to explain his motivations.
Moreover, this motive was made up on the spot.
Bai Weiwei staggered back a few steps, dazedly looking at Xu Menggui.
“You don’t like me?”
Xu Menggui didn’t know why his neck was a bit stiff as he nodded his head.
But Bai Weiwei shouted, “I don’t believe it! How could you not like me when you were so gentle to me, rushed to save me2, and cherish me, and spoil me?”
1: 兵不厌诈: there can never be too much deception in war.↩
2: 奋不顾身: to dash on bravely with no thought of personal safety.↩
Cheese: uh, ma’am, i think the main point is that your companies are gone…