: It’s Not Your Turn to Decide What She Is Like
Translator: Atlas Studios
Editor: Atlas Studios
Ji Shiting lifted her chin gently.
“Sit down for a bit. I’ll deal with Tang Ranran now, okay?” The man looked at her, waiting for her response.
The woman’s eyes were still calm, but she nodded and said, “Okay.”
Ji Shiting breathed a sigh of relief, retracted his hand, and left the office.
Tang Ranran was sitting at her desk.
She had changed her clothes, and besides her hair that was still wet, she had regained her composure and looked calm again. She didn’t look any different, and even the red mark on the back of her hand had disappeared.
The tea obviously wasn’t burning hot even though it was warm. However, Ye Shengge still held back.
Tang Ranran looked up and was shocked to see the man walking toward her. She then lowered her head as if she was trying to suppress her grievances.
“Sorry.” The man sighed. “Don’t come to work starting tomorrow. I’ll ask the finance department to pay you two more months of salary. Seven will take over your work for now.”
Tang Ranran looked up at him in disbelief. “Why? Did I do something wrong?”
“No, you’re an outstanding subordinate. I can write a recommendation letter for you anytime if you need it,” Ji Shiting said. “But I have to fire you.”
“…Is it because Mrs, Ji doesn’t like me?” Tang Ranran held her hand that had been scalded, and she forgot to hide her anger. “Boss, are you really going to ignore the big picture and ignore the company’s interests?” Ji Shiting paused and smiled, “Although you’re outstanding, firing you won’t affect the overall situation. Although it’ll be a bit troublesome, others can handle it.”
Strictly speaking, it wasn’t a small problem. After all, Tang Ranran had taken over several important projects, and there would definitely be flaws if he handed them to someone else. This was also the reason why he hadn’t agreed to fire her immediately. However, the company’s loss wasn’t in his consideration anymore. The man’s sarcastic tone made Tang Ranran’s heart burn. She gritted her teeth and said, “Boss, I applied to be your assistant because I thought you were a good boss!” She sounded accusatory, but Ji Shiting still sounded calm. “I’m sorry.” Tang Ranran was furious. “She’s petty, reckless, mean, and vicious. I didn’t expect you to indulge such a woman!” Ji Shiting’s face sank, and his eyes dimmed. There was a sharp, inquisitive gaze in his eyes.
Tang Ranran subconsciously lowered her head.
“I didn’t know you were so hostile to her.” Ji Shiting sneered. “It’s not up to you to decide what she’s like. I understand if you’re dissatisfied, but it’s certain that you’ll leave the company.”
Tang Ranran blushed and clenched her fists tightly.
Ji Shiting didn’t want to talk to her anymore and turned around to walk to his office.
“Mr. Ji…” Tang Ranran couldn’t help exclaiming ruthlessly, “You’ll regret it!”
Ji Shiting stopped in his tracks and looked back at her. “I now understand why Shengge insisted I fire you. It turns out that her worries were correct..”