My brain gave out on me. “What do you mean by that?” I asked him.
Mu Zisong rolled his eyes at me. “Why are you so dumb? Of course it’s to let the people inside show her the ‘beauty’ of prison life. Oh yeah, you didn’t know that I had visited her two days ago. That face of hers was so ashy. Just like… just like a zombie. Man, women look like that when they don’t take care of themselves.”
My interest was piqued. “What did she say to you?”
Mu Zisong beamed. “What else could she say? She wanted me to join hands with her to take Tang Xiao down a few pegs. Something about how she would listen to anything I say once she’s out of prison. Ah, if she had told me before all of this went down, I might have helped her because of her looks. But now that she’s like a middle-aged woman, I can feel my little brother down there shriveling. And she still wanted me to help her out. That’s a little out of my capabilities.”
His words earned him an eye-rolling from Ran Ran, but Tang Xiao came over right then. He folded his arms and leaned against the door with a lazy expression on his face.
“This was all on her. It’s not like I have never given her another chance. She is the one who decided to take this path, what more can I do?”