Chapter 360 I Have Never Known What Guilt Means
throwers are[Kisa cares about the sanitation workers in every way. On the contrary, these just insolent, disrupting public order and polluting the environment. Besides, Kisa has done nothing atrocious. Why do they have to pelt eggs on her every day?]
They are the ones who are vicious. Especially the woman in the video, as if Sharon is her relative.] [Did you see that Mr. Kooper of GK was defending Kisa? So, the accusation that Kisa framed Sharon and GK was nonsense. Or else, why would Mr. Kooper come to Kisa’s defense?] [Let’s hope people will stop throwing eggs at Kisa. This kind of behavior is bold and not environmentally friendly. Be level–headed, everyone.]
As Kisa expected, the netizens met the video with raves. Genuine netizens made most of the comments, although the cyber troopers hired by her PR department also pitched in. She checked out the comments on the video on the other social platforms, which were also positive. At this point, she was relieved, knowing Sharon would no longer dare hire people to pelt her with eggs because that would backfire.
Just then, Gilbert suddenly came in, his sleeves half rolled up, and his expression was still sullen. He did not look at her but just walked straight to the bathroom. Kisa said nothing, either. She continued looking at her phone. After a few moments, a shadow suddenly cast over her, and the first thing she knew was that Gilbert was already standing in front of her with a first–aid kit in his hand.
She frowned. “What?”
“Instead of dressing up that wound, you left it out in the open to remind me I did it, right?” His icy voice reeked of sarcasm.
Kisa took a deep breath and was about to pull the sleeve down. But the man grabbed her arm, flipped open the first–aid kit, and took out a medication to apply to her.
“So you are being so kind as to dress my wound because you feel guilty?” Kisa snorted.
“I never know what guilt means. I only dressed your wound because it was an eyesore.”
Kisa choked in exasperation. She looked out the window, not wanting to talk to him, not realizing that the video was still playing on her phone. Gilbert saw it, and he squinted.
“Speaking of which, there is more to you than meets the eye, eh? You were smart enough to take this video secretly.” He always spoke with sarcasm.
Kisa sneered. “If I didn’t think of something, should I just let you and Sharon do whatever you want to me?”
Gilbert stared at the video of himself defending her. He sneered, “What a cunning woman. You even posted this footage on the Internet.”
“It has to be done. After all, you are the CEO of GK Pictures. When even the CEO of GK Pictures is ‘defending‘ me, what do you think the netizens will think?”
“Now, all that is left between you and me is just put–up jobs?”
“Of course not. There is also hatred. A hatred that we can never erase.” The wound on her arm
suddenly hurt as Gilbert turned up the strength of his action.
He was dressing her wound with a straight face before he let out a half smile. “I really underestimated you.
“Is that a compliment?” Kisa sneered. She could hear the sarcasm in his voice.