No o. Dapo wasn’t shocked, not in the slightest. He knew Yemisi was crazy.
But he hadn’t seen that coming.
“What?” he said, staring at his closest friend like she was naked and he’d never seen her before.
She smiled. “Hear me out. I know how it must sound to you – but let me have my day in court before you shut me down, okay?
“We’ve been friends forever, and allow me brag and say I’m the closest…
As they made their way down the stairs out of Dapo’s office, Yemisi walked through the decisions she’d made over the past twenty-four hours mentally. She hoped Dapo would willingly play along – but she couldn’t be sure.
She was bothered by his silence.
“So what’s this about, Yemisi?” Dapo said suddenly.
She sighed. She could see the signs.
“What’s what about?” she asked innocently while thinking…
The only reason Dapo wasn’t hung-over that morning was because he had run out of Vodka before he could get drunk.
He cut a pathetic picture as he sat in his room at three-nineteen in the morning, sucking on an empty Vodka bottle. He stuck his tongue out in a vain attempt to catch a drop. After a moment, he threw the bottle away and cocked his head, listening for the shattering sound.