Tian Shuirou could not be bothered to reply. Instead, she picked up the baton to hit Su Ruijin.
The moment the baton landed on her body, the woman let out a painful scream. Despite so, Mo Lan did not stop Tian Shuirou because he knew the woman was furious over the matter. If he stopped her, how else would she be able to vent her anger?
Besides, he was only a subordinate - he was in no position to stop her. So, he thought it would be better for him to watch the scene unfold quietly. After all, Tian Shuirou regarded Han Jingru as her brother, and it was only natural for her to do her best in his place.
“Shuirou, if you’re tired, there are many other subordinates that can help you beat her up,” Mo Lan suggested.
Unmistakably, the woman was indeed tired, but it was to be expected because she did not exercise often. She had low stamina because of it.
Flinging the baton aside, Tian Shuirou walked to Su Ruijin and kicked her squarely in the face. The former then sneered, “I want you to listen to what I have to say. You wanted to know what’s going on, right? I will make it clear for you now so that you can die in peace.”