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Nee Liang stared at him in confusion. He was too lazy to explain and got up to go to Wei Yiniang’s courtyard.
Nee Liang saw that he was leaving without finishing speaking. She wanted to pull him back but was anxious, so she stepped on her dress. She fell flat on her face with a “bang.” Her thickly powdered face landed right on the tea that had not yet been cleared from the ground. Her face was decorated with green tea leaves and dark yellow tea water. She cut a very sorry figure!
Qi YongChun’s attendant was standing close to Nee Liang. He hurriedly helped her up. “Are you okay, Furen?”
Nee Liang lifted her head and saw that he was Laoye’s attendant who went out with him earlier. She asked, “What did Laoye mean? Did you bring the cheap wench back?”
The attendant shook his head. “No.”
Nee Liang was happy. She asked, “Why not? You didn’t see her?”
The attendant shook his head. “No. It’s Da Xiaojie who is unwilling to come back!”
He didn’t dare to say anymore. After all, this was Qi fu’s private matter. Who knew if Da Xiaojie would return in the future? He didn’t dare to offend anyone.
Nee Liang couldn’t believe her ears. She raised her voice. “What? She doesn’t want to come back? Why not?”
The attendant shook his head. “This servant doesn’t know!”
Nee Liang frowned. “Laoye personally went to bring her back. She refused to come back. Is that why Laoye is so angry?”
The attendant didn’t say anything. Wasn’t this obvious? Why was still asking?
“Furen, this servant still needs to go serve Laoye. This servant is taking his leave!” He quickly retreated. The farther he was away from the women in the inner courtyard, the farther he was away from disputes. He firmly believed in this point.