260 Money From A Dimwi

    "Do singers make this much money now?" Gu Nianshen sounded annoyed.

    He Zhengqi remained silent.

    Despite Catwoman's fame, Gu Nianshen made it sound as if she was a busker on the streets.

    "Even if she earns a lot, is it possible that she has given away the money a little too easily? Could there be something behind this?" He Zhengqi chuckled before replying.

    "Do you think she could do anything to me?" Gu Nianshen snorted.

    He was not pleased.

    Right then, He Zhengqi was unsure of how to respond. Gu Nianshen was indeed right about that.

    Although Catwoman was famous, and had a strong team behind her, she could not possibly do anything to Mega.

    She must have paid up because she feared what Mega could do to her.

    "That's true." He Zhengqi finally nodded.

    "Send this money to Housekeeper Chen," Gu Nianshen said decisively without even batting an eyelid at the cheque.


    Lin Yiqian's status was the same today as the day before. In the morning, she worked in the office. In the afternoon, she went over to the recording studio and went back to the office after that to get more work done.

    As Gu Nianshen was not at home today, she went to accompany Xiaoyu for a while. By the time she arrived home, it was already past eleven o'clock.

    After walking upstairs, she headed directly to her room. However, she discovered that the door to Gu Nianshen's room was open and the lights were also turned on.

    Was he not away for work?

    Lin Yiqian walked to his room with a confused expression on her face. When she reached the door, her eyes widened in surprise.

    "What are you doing?" Lin Yiqian exclaimed.

    There were piles of purses placed in front of the changing room. All of them were from expensive brands and still wrapped in their respective packaging.

    When Housekeeper Chen heard Lin Yiqian's voice, he walked out of the changing room and greeted her politely. "Master said that your purses are too outdated. They would affect your reputation if you keep going out with them. Therefore, he decided to buy you new ones."

    'What?' Lin Yiqian's eyes widened even more. She had barely touched any of those purses. How could they possibly have become outdated?

    Did Gu Nianshen have a misconception about the concept of an item being outdated?

    Lin Yiqian hurriedly walked into the changing room. All of her older purses had all been removed from the shelves and were placed into a large trolley.

    "Miss, do you have any preference in regards to how the purses are placed? Otherwise, I will get the helpers to arrange them according to my instruction."

    As he spoke, he pointed at the pile of newly bought purses on the ground.

    Lin Yiqian glanced at the purses on the ground as she calculated their cost. They must have added up to at least thirty million dollars in value. Was Gu Nianshen out of his mind?

    He should not spend money so unnecessarily even if he was rich.

    "Do as you wish." Lin Yiqian fumed before turning around and walking out of the room.

    Once she returned to her room, she closed the door behind her and began calling Gu Nianshen on the phone.

    It was answered after a long while.

    "Hey," Gu Nianshen said with a raspy voice. He sounded tired.

    "Gu Nianshen, why did you buy so many purses?" Lin Yiqian asked almost teasingly as the anger within her dissipated.

    "The money came from a dimwit. If I accepted the money, it would undermine my intelligence. After much consideration, I decided that it would be fitting to spend the money on you," Gu Nianshen said after a yawn.

    Lin Yiqian immediately understood what Gu Nianshen was trying to say. He was indirectly calling her a dimwit.

    'Hold on a second. A dimwit?' She thought.

    Had she not just given him a hundred million dollars. Could she be the dimwit he was referring to?

    Lin Yiqian's facial expression darkened.

    That was not right. That money actually came from him.

    Lin Yiqian raised her brows as a sly smile appeared on her face. "Oh. I ought to thank the dimwit if that were the case," she replied in a pretentiously naive tone.
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