Gu Weiwei and Ji Cheng took two days off to inspect the house to move before Fu Hanzheng returned from a business trip, and they were busy going early and late every day.
So Fu Shiqin came three times to the flat, but what he found was completely empty.
As for Gu Weiwei, the hard work pays off.
Gu Weiwei eventually found a small apartment that was large enough for her alone, even though it was only as small as the toilet of the Jinxiu Apartment.
She had negotiated the lease with the owner, paid the deposit, and was on her way home to move her belongings when she received a call from Ji Cheng asking her to meet.
As they happened to be nearby, she could go straight over.
“I bought a ticket to the musical play. Let’s all watch it together!” Ji Chengyang raised the ticket she had purchased.
“But, I still have work to do.” Gu Weiwei expressed this in an embarrassing tone.
She needs to return home to pack and move, so she isn’t in the mood to watch a musical play.
“You’ve turned us into pigeons for a few days, and now you can’t even watch a musical play with us?” Ji Cheng pouted, clearly dissatisfied.
Gu Weiwei sighed helplessly, “Okay.”
Anyway, the mess was almost completely cleaned up, and only a few small items remained.
Fu Hanzheng won’t be returning until tomorrow night, and she’ll have enough time to leave early the next morning.
The three arrived at the theatre half an hour before the play began, and other audience members were taking their places around them.
Ming Ye, dressed casually, came up to find the three of them astonished, then grinned and nodded, “Weiwei, Qian Qian, are you here as well?”
Ji Cheng grinned and waved her hand to say hello, taking a cautious look at Gu Weiwei’s face.
Gu Weiwei smiled dryly as she greeted him. She had guessed that this little girl had bad intentions, but she was fooled by her.
Her unhappy little cousin may have come here thinking Ji Cheng had requested him to watch the musical play by himself.
As a result, she was tricking him into dating someone else once more.
After half an hour of watching, Ji Cheng dragged Luo Qianqian and rushed away.
“You best find a way to tell the truth as soon as possible, else she’ll be playing around with us all the time,” Gu Weiwei said sympathetically to Ming Ye, who was seated next to her.
“It’s really time to find a chance to talk about it,” Ming Ye groaned miserably.
Otherwise, the silly girl would have to enthusiastically present him to another girlfriend.
Gu Weiwei and Ming Ye planned to leave as soon as Ji Cheng and the rest did.
“It’s difficult to catch a taxi in this town. I’ll bring you back.”
She was, after all, Cheng Cheng’s friend. The little girl would have to scold him again if he didn’t take her back.
Gu Weiwei was debating whether to get in the car when Fu Shiqin passed by with a coquettish beauty and shouted out in surprise.
“What brings you here?” Gu Weiwei frowned. Why did she suddenly have an ominous premonition?
“It’s a date. We’re heading back,” Fu Shiqin replied, wrapping his arms around the gorgeous woman beside him. “Do you want me to drop you on the way home?”
Gu Weiwei simply didn’t want to bother Ming Ye, so she took his car away and said goodbye to him.
Ming Ye did not hesitate. He said it with a smile when he watched Fu Shiqin go to drive.
“You are Cheng Cheng’s friend, and of course my friend. It’s a pleasure to meet you.”
“Me too.” Gu Weiwei smiled and said, “I hope your little angel understands your heart as soon as possible.”
“Thank you for your blessing,” Ming Ye said as he extended his hand.
Gu Weiwei was about to reach out to get it when Fu Shiqin’s car honked, urging her to get in the car as soon as possible.
She hurriedly waved Ming Ye goodbye, trotted to the side of the car, opened the door, and sat on it.
When she got inside the car, she noticed that the woman sitting next to her was not the female companion Fu Shiqin had just brought, but… Fu Hanzheng, who was frighteningly chilly.