Because she ended up being the finale of the red carpet event, Ruan Tian was chased by Liu Yilee’s fans all night long and scolded mercilessly. And with certain people fanning things from the side, they even moved on to ruthless personal attacks before very long.
A certain Liu Yilee superfan directly summed everything up with one post: 【Ruan Tian, the chief white lotus of the entertainment industry, has tried to leech Xu Jing’s popularity, and has actively promoted speculations about a CP between her and Qin An, but what has she ever actually done as an artist? I’m just asking questions here. Scolding is cyber violence. 】
【With all due respect, a person who has never even acted as the female lead in anything isn’t even worthy to be compared with Sister Yilee. 】
【It seems that as long as you sleep enough people, you can do anything. I suggest other actresses follow her example. 】
Liu Yilee’s fans showcased both immense fighting power and staying power as they directly clawed their way up the hot search until they reached the very top, controlled the discussion on Weibo, shamelessly reversed black and white so they could simultaneously act pitiful to drum up sympathy for their idol and also frame Ruan Tian with whatever random crimes they could think of.
They also took the lead to control the tone of the conversation online so they could keep Ruan Tian’s fans on the defensive, always pressing them to clarify for fabricated crimes.
A large number of random passersby listened to their one-sided words and directly took Liu Yilee’s side. Before long, it was cemented that Ruan Tian had maliciously stolen the finale of the red carpet event, and all the netizens began to condemn her for her behavior.
In another place, Jiang Lili had begun to seriously hate this Liu Yilee. This woman was so poisonous, always taking the lead to attack and blacken Ruan Tian again and again, and for what?
But the victim, Ruan Tian, consoled her casually, “Just unplug the network cable, all your grievances will disappear.”
Jiang Lili sighed but seemed to agree. She turned off her phone and said, “The first episode of that variety show will start recording next month. I’ve asked around and this time shouldn’t be like that last one, and the other four guests seem to be pretty good too.”
However, before she began shooting the new show, Ruan Tian planned to go see Haui Mo at his school.
She was someone who kept her promises and, besides, it wasn’t like she could let a little boy down, right?
So Ruan Tian found a free Friday, put on a mask, and then took a taxi to Huai Mo’s school.
It had already been quite a long time since the two met last time.
Ruan Tian didn’t expect that Huai Mo’s grades were so good, he was actually attending Capital University, the best school in the city. (tl note: so he literally goes to ‘首都大学’ which I’m like 90% sure is a generic name the author made up because ‘首都’ just means ‘capital’, as in the capital of a country)
Huai Mo came to the school gate to pick her up after classes were over. When Ruan Tian saw his white lab coat she was a bit taken aback, “You’re studying medicine?”
Huai Mo smiled, “That’s right.”
He seemed a little embarrassed, “Sister, I just came out of the lab and didn’t have time to change my clothes, do you mind?”
Ruan Tian didn’t mind, rather, she thought that Huai Mo looked better in a lab coat than casual clothes.
It went well with his exquisite facial features and white, delicate-looking skin.
Huai Mo took Ruan Tian to the school cafeteria for their meal. When a certain senior from the same lab saw him smiling, she was shocked like she had seen a ghost.
Haui Mo was well-known in the Capital University Department of Medicine. He was a genius student with a deep background, but he had an extremely introverted personality and he seemed to like spending all of his time doing strange anatomy experiments in the lab.
He was known to be surly and capricious, and he had no friends because he never bothered making friends.
He only liked to spend his time messing around with all kinds of animal carcasses.
It was even said that ever since the first time Haui Mo had entered the dissection room he had never been afraid or gotten sick and vomited like many new students would. No matter what he saw, he could deal with it all with calm and composure.
After enjoying a good meal, Ruan Tian pointed over at a random other student who was also wearing a white lab coat at the next table and asked, “Is that your classmate?”
Huai Mo glanced over, “En, it’s one of my seniors.”
Ruan Tian made an ‘ohh’ sound and asked, “Then will you be able to become a doctor after you graduate?”
In reality, Haui Mo had no thoughts of saving the world or helping people. He was talented in medicine, but that didn’t mean that he was interested in medicine.
He just liked the feeling of holding a scalpel and cutting.
But outside he said: “If there are no accidents, I should be able to. My dream ever since I was young is to treat illnesses and save people.”
And sure enough, Ruan Tian’s eyes seemed to turn a bit brighter as she looked at him, “Ah, you’re so kind.”
Huai Mo lowered his head and blushed, looking very boyish and young, “I’m not as good as sister says.”
Ruan Tian was struck by his cute blushing and shy appearance, and she couldn’t help but raise her hand to rub his hair, “You’re very good, ah.”
Ruan Tian still remembered that Huai Mo was a poor student living in poverty like she had been so, after lunch, she really wanted to give him some money directly. But after thinking about it, she felt that if she gave him money directly she might hurt his self-esteem, so she came up with the roundabout method of taking him to a supermarket and buying him a bunch of instant food for him to take back to his dorm to eat.
Of course, Haui Mo hadn’t lived in the school dorms for even a single day.
In the end, the instant food was all brought back to the massive Huai residence.
The atmosphere in the Huai family villa was always bleak, with all of the housekeepers and maids walking on eggshells and being very cautious in their work.
Haui Mo was like a little ancestor, the kind that everyone had to pay their respects to.
When evening fell, a maid summoned up her courage and went to knock on the door of the young master’s room to invite him to eat.
Huai Mo went downstairs with a cold face. When he saw the food on the table, he sneered and said, “Get rid of this.”
The butler’s hair was all white from worry. Actually, the young master was so thin he was nearly anorexic, so he persuaded: “Young master, you should take a few bites even if you don’t like it. Otherwise, Miss Ruan will be worried to see you so thin.”
Huai Mo put on a pensive expression, “Will she really be worried?”
The butler said stiffly: “Yes, she will.”
Haui Mo finally sat down. After eating a bowl of food, he suddenly said, “I really don’t like her going out to act.”
“But there’s nothing I can do about it.”
“It’s such a headache.”
The butler knew that Haui Mo’s mood easily jumped to extremes.
Anyway, he couldn’t make sense of the young master’s mutterings this time, nor did he want to.
He simply shut up, stood in place, and listened.
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