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Chapter 1945: The Ding Family’s Past

Mrs. Ding heaved a heavy sigh upon hearing her daughter’s words.

“When your father and I got married, your grandfather was seriously ill at that time. If it weren’t for your grandfather, your father and I mightn’t even have a wedding.” As Mrs. Ding spoke, she held her daughter’s hand and patted it gently. “Your father is such a blindly filial person. No matter how his mother treats him, he’ll always remember to be filial. Your grandfather told me about this before he pa.s.sed away.”

Mo Fei, “…”

Mo Fei was more convinced than ever that no matter what happened, her father was just blindly filial.

Even at this time, her father did not chase the old lady away but chose to leave on his own.

If this was not blind filial piety, then what was?

Should she thank her father for not chasing her away instead?

“Your uncle is not your grandmother’s biological son.”

“What in the world?!” She looked at her mother in disbelief.

Did she accidentally land herself in a fantasy world?

Why would anyone mistreat their own child for someone else’s child?

“At that time, your grandfather had a wife who gave birth to your uncle. Then, your grandfather met your grandmother.”

“An affair, I’m sure.” Mo Fei said bluntly.

Mrs. Ding did not refute her. “Of course, your grandfather’s first wife would never let your grandmother into the family. At that time, your grandmother had deliberately approached your uncle and tried to appease him. He was just a child, after all. He did not know what was right and wrong. When he was convinced that someone was nice to him, he would like whoever that person was. Then, because of that, the first wife either hit or scolded her own son, thinking that he was an ingrate. Your uncle became even less fond of his mother. Later, the first wife committed suicide by jumping off a building, and your grandmother joined the family.”

Mo Fei, “…”

Her worldview was shattered.

It was completely shattered by the old woman.

“Perhaps it’s because she had been sucking up to him for so long that she had forgotten how to resist. After your father was born, your uncle was afraid that your father would steal everything from him, so he threatened your grandmother. If he could get her into the Ding family, he could remove her too. Moreover, your father refused to listen to your uncle who asked him to become a good-for-nothing. He kept being put in a spot by your uncle, and your grandmother would only watch from the sides.” Mrs. Ding continued mockingly, “The person who helped your grandmother in joining the Ding family was your uncle, not your father.”

“I’ve seen shameless people before, but I’ve never seen someone as shameless as her,” Mo Fei hissed under her breath. Her disgust for the blood that was flowing in her body grew stronger.

“The first year that your father and I were married, your grandfather pa.s.sed away. Your uncle couldn’t wait to split the family inheritance and rewarded your father with ten percent of the shares in a high and mighty tone. That was the amount allocated in your grandfather’s will for your elder brother. Then, he chased us out of the Ding family main house. At that time, I was still pregnant with your eldest brother. Without any warning, even before your grandfather’s funeral ended, we were chased out. You know very well that shares aren’t money. At the very least, we would not be able to get any money in a short amount of time. That was the most difficult period for your father and me.”

If it were not for Mrs. Ding’s docile nature, no one else would have willingly followed Ding Haonan in his dest.i.tution.

However, to Mrs. Ding…

“During that period of time, it was the hardest on all of us but it was also the happiest time for me. Afterward, when your dad started his business again and things started looking better, your grandmother came to ask for money again. She wanted to use your father’s money to help your uncle pay for the company’s losses from errors of omission.

Mo Fei clenched her fists tightly. A person like that did not deserve to be someone else’s mother. She was just a mistress who relied on sucking up to her first wife’s son.

Since she was heartless, she could not blame Mo Fei for being heartless too.


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