“Just let me know if you need anything done. Good night.”
After saying that, Josh did not hang up immediately but simply kept quiet.
Xyla simply ended the call before returning to the sofa. She removed her white fur coat and casually placed it aside before laying down, gently pinching her nose bridge.
Since Mary Sullivan had done such an evil thing, Xyla would definitely not let her off so easily.
On the other hand, at Unconscious Bar.
Completely oblivious to what was happening on Instagram and Twitter, Mary and her three other friends who went to the show today were dancing at the dance floor of their private room while drinking classy imported beer. The vast space was dark with rays of neon lights dancing around them. Upbeat music rattled their eardrums.
She wore a cheeky grin and because she was in high spirits, her movements were strikingly enchanting.
“So Mary, were you the one behind all of it? Aren’t you quite cool?”
“Yeah, yeah… Someone’s being trashed because of it! Hahaha…”
“That’s right. It’s too tragic. Those people trashing her really aren’t holding back.”
Her good friends stuck close to her, exclaiming loudly in her ears.
Mary snorted and increased the pace of her body movements. She lifted her head to finish the bottle of beer in her hand before saying loudly, “But of course. Who else but I would have the guts to do such a thing? How is it? Isn’t it awesome?”
“Awesome, of course, it’s awesome… Mary, you’re too awesome.”
“Hahaha… Awesome, too awesome. I’ve despised her for a long time now.”
Her friends continued to ingratiate her.
Mary extended her arms to hug them all, laughing as she said out loud, “Just wait and see. Tomorrow will definitely be even more exciting.”
“I think Josh Batton will try to clarify things. Xyla Quest too.”
“I think so too… If they clarify, would things just end?”
Hearing this, Mary immediately rolled her eyes at them. “Even if they clarified anything, how many people do you think would believe them? Many of them will think that Josh Batton is just afraid of offending her, that’s why he did it.”
After that, she took her phone out of her pocket, wanting to see the situation on internet. Upon unlocking the phone, the device automatically shut down due to a low battery. Hence, she tossed the phone aside, planning to read the latest updates after she got home.
After all, there was no hurry. She firmly believed that the rumors on the internet would never get better. And so, she grabbed another bottle of beer from the table and continued dancing while drinking.
The others did the same.
“What if everyone believed them?” someone asked.
Mary scoffed. “Impossible. Do you think those brainless fanatics of Josh Batton that I’ve contacted would believe them so easily? Don’t you guys worry. Xyla Quest will be cyberbullied for a long long time.”
“Humans are complicated. They are prejudiced. Once they’ve firmly believed something, it’ll be hard to change their minds. For example, new that everyone believes that Xyla Quest is a b*tch, no matter how she tries to clarify it, there would still be those who hold firm to their beliefs. There would be no smoke if there wasn’t fire,” Mary added.