“If I were scared, I wouldn’t have married you.”
Was she scared? Of course not. She was Huo Mian, a fearless woman who could survive anything.
Words may be scary, but only if someone were to listen to them But why would she listen to those who purposely tainted the truth?
Those words were no more than a fart to her
Huo Mian’s words touched Qin Chu
He knew that his wife was a strong little flower that grew against the winds.
GK’s PR department wasn’t stupid; when the incident broke out, PR immediately stepped in to protect the company as well as Qin Chu and his wife.
They even hired a bunch of netizens to counter those who were tainting the truth
That night, Qin Chu was working in the study.
Huo Mian leaned back on the couch, playing with her phone as she ate junk food
Then, she unintentionally logged onto Weibo, which she hadn’t been on in ages and almost spat out blood when she saw what was happening.
She went from having hundreds of fans to more than 600,000.
Even her most recent post fell into the hands of her fans
More than 20,000 people re-posted, and she had more than 10,000 comments.
This is what the top comment said, “Huo Mian, I like you a lot. I don’t know you, but I know that standing alongside Qin Chu and becoming his wife must have been a hard road to walk down. You made Cinderella’s fairy tale come true. Just ignore what the others say, I support you, 100%.”
More than 500 netizens liked this comment
Others cursed at her, and then Huo Mian’s fans would get back at them for her. It was a sight to see.
“Huo Mian, you’re such a calculating bitch. Give me back my husband.”
“You’re such a bitch, how could you steal my Qin Chu?”
“Huo Mian, you’re not good enough to marry him. I hope you get divorced soon.”
All in all, many comments were really nasty.
If Huo Mian’s heart was made of glass, it would have probably shattered into pieces
But it wasn’t. She might only be 24 years old, but she had been through thick and thin and was always calm when faced with stuff like this.
Faced with the pressure of rumors and gossip, Huo Mian didn’t quickly try to explain herself or get mad.
Instead, she posted a sentence on her Weibo that reflected her current mood. “No matter how intense or plain things used to be, it’s become light and opaque. All the happiness and sadness that I used to feel are now as clear and quiet as a mirror.”
She also attached a photo of a lotus flower the sentence was subtle but hauntingly deep.
Those who weren’t well-versed in literature probably wouldn’t even understand what she was talking about
The community exploded as soon as she posted this
“Stop being so pretentious, you went to a third-rate university, do you really think you’re a goddess? You disgust me.”
“Huo Mian, grow a face, please let Qin Chu go, okay? Go back and find your doctor ex-boyfriend.”
“You can do it, Huo Mian, I support you.”
“What you posted is really zen, stupid people with primary school education won’t understand it. Mrs. Qin is really complex.”
“I support you and Qin Chu. At worst, Huo Mian is from the Huo Family, all you bitches just like to prey on the rich.”
“Huo Mian, send us some photos! I saw you on TV and you’re really pretty. You have a great temperament, and what’s the brand of the clothes you wore? Link please!”
“Are you an idiot? Her clothes are from a luxury brand, custom-made in Italy. It’s a couple’s outfit with President Qin. Did you really think they would buy something off the street? A link? Your IQ is troubling.”
“I’m looking for the background music that played during Huo Mian and Qin Chu’s live broadcast Thank you all.”
Her fans again began ripping each other apart some were Huo Mian supporters, while others were Huo Mian haters.
Some media outlets even broadcasted, “GK Corporation’s Young Mistress updated her Weibo, seemingly a low-key response to recent shady events.”
Just as Huo Mian was about to log out of Weibo, she received a private message from Su Yu
“Are you okay?”
Su Yu’s question felt like a timely greeting, instantly warming Huo Mian’s heart