pay attention, but after a few minutes, it turned into everyone secretly talking about you. I really don’t know how it turned out like this!”
“Don’t worry, I believe you. Can you find the first person who mentioned me in the group chat?” Aurelia comforted Millie.
Millie was two years younger than Aurelia. They’ve known each other for over a year now, since her internship.
Aurelia knew very well what kind of person Millie was. She was sure that Millie wasn’t someone who would stab her in the back.
Millie scrolled through the group’s messages anxiously.
However, with 476 members in the group chat, the messages were overwhelming.
It took her five minutes to find the source of the message.
It was someone with an avatar of a white rose. The profile of that account was obviously fake.
Millie said helplessly, “This should be someone’s side account. It’s impossible to trace who’s. behind this since anyone can join this group. Except for a few familiar names from here, the rest of them are strangers.”
Aurelia stared at the profile picture and sighed lightly. It was obvious that the person had deliberately hidden their identity.
Everyone in t
the group was a veteran at gossiping. They never mentioned any names in the discussions. Even if she were to question them one by one, they would just deny that they had been talking about her.
In the workplace, private discussions like these were common. The best way to approach it was to feign ignorance. After all, everyone had their own rumors.
“Forget it. I can’t control what other people say. A few comments won’t affect my salary anyway.” Aurelia said, waving her hand.
“Aurelia,tly, you shouldn’t have married someone else out of spite,” Millie said empathetically.
“Is that “im out of spite. I’m genuinely dong rai ve
you call doing well? Alright, I’ve said my piece. You won’t listen anyway. It’s fine. as long as you’re happy,” Millie sighed.
“Let’s go. The lunch break is over. Let’s get back to work.” Aurelia immediately changed the subject.
She really didn’t want to be the subject of someone else’s gossip.
Some people in the group spoke as if they were life mentors, but in reality, their own lives
were a mess.
Rather than feeling sorry for her, they seemed to take pleasure in her misfortune. The more they argued with others, the more energetic they became.
Millie pursed her lips and followed Aurelia to the office.
Before she reached the door, she pointed at her phone with wide eyes.
“Aurelia, Seth just spoke.”
“Seth? Why is he in our community chat?” Aurelia exclaimed.