Hearing Tong Yi’s name, Jiang Zhou’s expression was even uglier than Feng Yun’s. After a few seconds of silence, he proposed: “How about we contact Ruoruo’s homeroom teacher and ask her to change Jiang Li’s seat?”
He had seen today how good Jiang Li and Tong Yi’s relationship was. Having been reminded of the unpleasant memory when he was overshadowed by Tong Yi in their childhood, Jiang Zhou only felt disgusted towards both of them.
At this point, Shen Mian no longer cared about the rules prohibiting students from using mobile phones at school and, in front of Director Li, took out her mobile phone and opened the qq app, ready to show everyone her chat records with Jiang Zhou.
Strangely enough, however, Shen Mian failed to find the said chat records and was even more shocked to find that Jiang Zhou’s name was no longer on her friend list. She looked up at Jiang Zhou in disbelief, “You…you deleted me from your friend list?”
Shen Mian’s parents naturally understood this. Knowing their daughter’s suicide attempt was a fake, they immediately became angry. Mrs. Shen smacked the back of Shen Mian’s head and yelled angrily, “Apologies to Ruoruo now!”
Before Shen Mian could say anything, Jiang Ruo quickly stepped forward and shook her head, “No need to apologize. Mianmian has been under too much stress recently, so I cannot bear to blame her. I believe she only used my phone to send those texts out of fear, and not because she wanted to frame me.”
After frightening the group of reporters, Director Li turned his attention to Jiang Ruo and Jiang Zhou, “Follow me to the Academic Affairs Office and explain the matter of the anonymous text clearly.”
Jiang Ruo replied in a low voice: “I want to call my mother first and tell her that I will come home late.”
Jiang Zhou said immediately: “I have contacted her and explained the matter. She should be here soon.”
Jiang Ruo’s eyes widened in disbelief, “How is this possible?”
The reporter reached out his hand to Tong Yi and asked, “Can you return the phone to me now?”
Tong Yi glanced at Jiang Zhou who stood not far away, and finally returned both the phone and the microphone with a light sneer. Now that Jiang Ruo was involved, Jiang Zhou would never stand by, so he only needed to step back now to watch the fun.
Because of Jiang Li’s arrogant remarks, Shen Mian’s calculations crumbled, and her ruse turned into a big joke.
Looking at the fire brigade’s air cushion below, Shen Mian shiveringly stretched out one foot and tried to jump off, because this was the only way to turn the public opinion to her side again and make the people who had just slandered her feel guilty.
The two were twins: the elder brother’s name was Feng Song, and the younger brother was Feng Bai. They were twenty this year and sophomores in the college.
Feng Bai was the one who watched the livestream and found the girl to be familiar, so he excitedly shared it with his brother, but completely forgot about the latter’s facial blindness.
The crowd’s voice was getting louder and louder, but Jiang Li kept silent all the time. Tong Yi thought she was frightened by the situation and was about to speak in her defense when the girl suddenly opened her mouth.
“Why do you think that Shen Mian’s jumping off the building was related to me? Did she tell you personally?” Jiang Li’s voice was calm and composed, a sharp contrast to the crowd’s aggressiveness.
Jiang Li and Tong Yi left the classroom together and followed the crowd to the faculty building, where many students were already gathering. Outside the guardrail of the rooftop of the building stood Shen Mian, looking very shaken.
Tong Yi’s expression changed instantly. Without missing a beat, he pulled Jiang Li’s arm and said, “Didn’t you promise to treat me to eat hot pot today? Let’s go. Don’t think you can default on your debt.”
Today was finally the mock exam day. Inside the exam room, Jiang Li browsed through the Chinese paper, surprised to find them slightly easier than the past real exam questions. She carefully answered each question, checking them twice after she finished. Even so, she found there was still time left, so she simply handed the paper ahead of time.
In every subject that followed, Jiang Li found that the mock exam questions were easier than she had anticipated. She guessed that because this was the last mock exam before the real battle, the school probably wanted to boost the students’ confidence!