“What did you say?”
Everyone was stunned by what Levi had just spouted and stared at him unbelievably.
“The God of War won’t like it? Did you really just say that?”
“Yes, I did,” Levi nodded.
“What? Are you implying that you’re the God of War?” Tyler laughed.
“That’s right. And I don’t like it.”
“This guy is delusional!” one of the Joneses laughed as the others looked at Levi as if he was a total buffoon.
They would rather believe that Levi had a billion in his account rather than him being the God of War as the punishment for impersonating the guardian of the country could land one in jail for a few decades.
“Get the hell out of here! Like it has anything to do with you!” Tyler laughed. “I can assure you that the God of War will be very fond of this new statue!”
“We Joneses will be the first to build a statue of the God of War in Erudia to commemorate his great contribution and achievement to the country.” Tyler declared proudly.
The Joneses had a smug look on their faces. If they could complete the statue, everyone in Erudia, and even the whole world, would shift their focus to their family. They could gather wealth like no one had ever seen before.
They also believed that the God of War would like the statue, and that was their main goal.
“You’re just wasting your time. Still, do whatever you like,” Levi said and turned to leave.
If the Joneses were erecting a statue of him to show their gratitude, Levi would’ve let them be. He would even thank them for doing that.
The only problem was that the Joneses were never the kind people who would do things that wouldn’t benefit them, and Levi did not like that one bit.
“Stop! Who do you think you are?” Wales yelled while Tyler stood next to him with his arms crossed. The latter always looked down on Levi as he was an important member of the Prince Gang in South Hampton. If any of his friends learned that he had a cousin like Levi, they would definitely make fun of him.
“You’re just like your mother, a nobody! You don’t deserve to be a part of our family!” Tyler mocked as Levi left.
Even though their progress was held back a little by their run in with Levi, the Joneses finally found a perfect place and began their construction of the statue.
As for Levi, he put his back into the investment conference as soon as he got back to Morris Group since he promised Tim that he would handle it.
Levi even transferred Aurora from North Hampton to South City for the project.
Without wasting much time, Aurora got a handful of tender documents for Levi, which he read through thoroughly one by one.
He had high hopes for businesses from other regions to develop in South City through the investment conference.