Chapter 171 Find a Way To Stir up Some Trouble
As soon as the group notification sound chimed, the other two groups had a thought.
Most likely, it was Zac causing trouble again.
However, curiosity got the best of them, and they couldn’t help but take out their phones and look.
Simone’s message about participating in an amateur motorcycle race caught them off guard, and Keira and the others were clearly surprised.
Keira: Simone, is there anything you can’t do?”
Eric: ‘Simone, you’re amazing; you can even do this.”
Brandon: ‘Miss Gray, you’re really talented!‘
Simone: ‘I used to play when I was in Cebros, and there happened to be an decided to give it a try.”
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Keira: ‘Oh, I want to go and watch you race.
Simone: ‘Come on! If I win the prize money, I’ll treat you all to dinner.’
Keira: ‘Wow, Simone, I love you; we’ll be there on time in the afternoon. I’ve been jealous of Zac and Harry for a long time; today, I’m going to join them.’
Eric: ‘So, are we going to win without doing anything today? I’m really looking forward to it.
Brandon: ‘Yes! I’m looking forward to it. This is so exciting!”
The three of them found part–time jobs as waiters, so there was no problem for them to go visit Simone in the afternoon.
The three of them joyfully decided to go watch Simone’s competition.
On the other hand, the four people who were still waiting to start work had different expressions.
Luca was extremely surprised and asked Aaron, “Does Simone know how to ride a motorcycle?”
Aaron shook his head. “I don’t know either.”
At this moment, Leon looked away from Simone’s photo in the group.
With a hint of pride, he said, “Not only can she ride a motorcycle, but her skills can rival those of professional motorcycle riders.”
Gwen used to enjoy taking Simone to play with motorcycles and even participate in races.
He used to think it was too dangerous and opposed it, but now he felt nostalgic, remembering when Simone forcibly dragged him along to watch their races.
When Leon said this, the Gray brothers and Jodie were once again shocked.
Luca and Aaron felt a bit jealous in their hearts.
Simone had been back home for over a year, and they didn’t even know she could do this.
Jodie felt both jealous and resentful; Simone had so many secrets.
The key was that by participating in this kind of motorcycle race, even if she couldn’t win any prize money, she would still attract a wave of livestream viewers.
She couldn’t stop it. So, she could only hope that Simone wouldn’t win any prize money.
It would be best if something happened during the race, like a fall that resulted in facial or leg injuries.
And she kept cursing in her heart.
suggested, “Let’s go watch Simone’s race in the afternoon, too.”
The three of them didn’t expect him to say that.
Jodie didn’t want to help Simone increase her popularity.
If we go, wouldn’t everyone in our live stream be able to see Simone stealing the show? She looked hesitant and said, “But they didn’t invite us. It wouldn’t be right to just go and watch.”
She also implied that Simone and her group were being stingy.
Leon didn’t care and said, “We don’t need their invitation. We can go watch on our own.”
He knew that Simone wouldn’t invite them, but he still wanted to go.
Jodie said tactfully, “Will they be upset if we do that?”
Leon replied, “We’ll just watch and leave. We won’t disturb them.” He knew that Simone. wouldn’t invite them, but he still wanted to go.
Jodie was speechless, and she thought, Why bother doing this when it’s not necessary?
This time, she didn’t even have a chance to voice her opposition.
Aaron said, “I’m curious about what Simone looks like in a motorcycle race. I want to go and take a look”
He missed out on his sister’s growth and now wanted to participate in other aspects of her life –even if it was just as an audience member.
Luca was also curious and said, “Then let’s go and watch.”
Jodie thought, They are really driving me crazy. Simone’s motorcycle race isn’t elegant or graceful at all. There is nothing interesting about it. They are really crazy. She suppressed her anger and forced a smile. “But we have piano and violin practice in the afternoon.”
She meant that they couldn’t go.
Leon glanced at Jodie unhappily and said, “The race starts at 2 p.m., and we don’t start work until 5 p.m. We should have enough time to come back. If you don’t want to go, then we’ll go ourselves.”
The money they earned at noon also included their share. That should be enough to take a cab back and forth.
Aaron added, “If Jo doesn’t want to go, then the three of us will go.”
There was no need to force herself to go if she didn’t want to; otherwise, they would all feel uncomfortable.
Luca didn’t say anything, but it was clear that he agreed.
This only made the thorn in Jodie’s heart hurt even more. He had thought about it all night and realized that Jo’s care and consideration for him were only superficial.
He had originally made an excuse for her, thinking that she was just tired yesterday, and that was why she didn’t think too much, but today, when he intentionally said his throat was sore, she didn’t even ask how he was or whether he needed any medicine.
She only cared about earning money and showcasing herself, which made him feel a bit cold–hearted for the first time.
Now that he knew she didn’t want to watch Simone’s race, he no longer unconditionally supported her.
Jodie felt like she was on the verge of a breakdown and wanted to explode right there. Her smile faded slightly. “Are you all really going?”
Leon and the others nodded in unison. “Yes, we’re going.”
She took a deep breath. “Alright then. Let’s go together and take a look. I’m also curious about Simone’s motorcycle race.”
Since she couldnt change the fact that she had to watch the match, she decided to find a way to make things interesting.
The three of them didn’t object and unanimously decided to finish lunch and take a cab there.
After sitting for a while, Jodie went to the restroom.
In the restroom, she pretended to be in a hurry. She borrowed a phone from a female waitress who was also going to the restroom and made a call.
She told the person on the other end of the phone about the time and location of Simone’s motorcycle race in the afternoon.
After hanging up the phone, Jodie’s previous frustration and anger disappeared.
Instead, she started looking forward to watching Simone’s race.
Upon seeing Jodie’s mood improve inexplicably, Leon and the other two were a bit puzzled.
After a moment of contemplation, Aaron decided to send a message in the group chat. He said, “We happen to be free this afternoon, so we would like to join in the fun.”
For some reason, he couldn’t help but feel a glimmer of hope.
He wasn’t sure if Simone would welcome them in the group chat, considering the live broadcast or reputation.
He didn’t even dare to entertain the thought of being invited to have a meal.
As long as she replied to the message, he would be satisfied.
Meanwhile, in the rest area of the racetrack, Simone sensed someone cursing her. Someone with some fate, allowing her to sense it.
However, it was just a simple curse with a hint of fate, not some kind of mystical art.
She didn’t need to delve into it; she could guess that it was most likely Jodie.
Then, she heard the notification sound from the group chat. She saw Aaron’s message in the group chat, stating that they would also come to watch her race.
Simone didn’t have much of a reaction; she simply found it strange that these four people were showing up.
Could it be because of the live broadcast? If that’s the case, Jodie shouldn’t want to come, and she should have tried to persiade them to stay away. If all four of them are coming now, the other three might just be acting foolishly.
But Jodie, who had been cursing her, made her think deeply and be on guard.