Pregnant Before the Royal Marriage - C.267 - : The Damn Tyrant

Pregnant Before the Royal Marriage

C.267 - : The Damn Tyrant

Chapter 267: Chapter 267: The Damn Tyrant

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“That’s great. Struggling for power and profit is meaningless.” Jiang Ning laughed, “The Emperor is thinking of the Prince of Yu. The Prince of Yu is very lucky.”

The Emperor couldn’t help but say, “Don’t you care about the Prince of Yu at all?”

“I genuinely think it’s good.”

“Bullshit!” The Emperor couldn’t help but curse.

Jiang Ning remained unperturbed.

When he was pretending to be poor and lived off others, he was the same. Jiang Ning didn’t believe there was any difference between the Emperor and a butcher.

The only difference was that one wielded the knife against humans, and the other against pigs.

And both would curse.

Jiang Ning said, “If the Emperor doesn’t think it’s good, then don’t send him to guard the Imperial Mausoleum.”

“I don’t really want to.”

“Then don’t.”

“Unless you reconcile with your fifth son, and return to the Prince of Yu’s mansion with the two children.”

“…” Jiang Ning was speechless.

After all, he still couldn’t bear to part with his two grandsons.

Threatening her with the Prince of Yu’s future?

Unfortunately, Jiang Ning was not fooled.

That is your own son, as long as you don’t mind, you can punish him or not.

She said: “Your Majesty, don’t disregard your own Imperial Edict. The Prince of Yu and I have officially divorced, and we’ll have no further connection. If we went back together, it would prompt idle gossip.”

“I will issue an edict for you to remarry.”


“No one has ever dared to contradict me to my face.”

“Your Majesty, you have few loyal and outspoken ministers around you.”

The Emperor was somewhat angry, wanted to lose his temper, but looking at her face, he couldn’t.

He sneered: “By saying that, you are also including your father, Prime Minister Jiang. Are you saying that your father is disloyal and dare not offer counsel?”

“Perhaps everything you said in the past was correct.”

“… Smooth-talking!” The Emperor tapped the table, “Fifth has lost his position as Crown Prince for you, you should at least give him some compensation.”

“By dedicating myself to him?”

“Do you really intend to marry someone else with my two grandsons?”

“Rest assured, Your Majesty, I won’t marry anyone.”

“What about Wenren Zong?” The Emperor’s tone was somewhat suggestive, “I heard, you kidnapped Wenren Zong?”


“Wenren Zong is the person I have seen solve cases the fastest. Although he is young, he deals with criminals every day and has rich experience.”

“What do you mean, Your Majesty?”

“What I mean is, if he didn’t deliberately let you kidnap him, you wouldn’t be able to do so.”

Jiang Ning was silent for a moment, then asked: “How does Your Majesty intend to deal with the Wenren Family?”

“The King of Chen is subject to punishment, let alone his minions.”

“Does the Wenren family, including more than a hundred men, women, elderly and children, all deserve to die?” Jiang Ning thought of the straightforward and lovable Madam Wenren and Wenren Zong’s chattering sisters.

The Emperor said: “Treason is unforgivable, and its consequence is the execution of nine generations of the guilty’s family. The Wenren family should have considered these consequences. People always have to pay for their mistakes.”

“Collective punishment is wrong.”

“What do you know, little girl.” The Emperor glanced at her, “Recently Xiaoqian has been eating at your place frequently, saying your food is getting tastier.”

Jiang Ning didn’t move an eyebrow.

The Emperor had no choice but to say: “There’s nothing else, you can take the children and go.”

“Your Majesty has not said how he intends to deal with the Wenren family.”

“Execute them all in the street.”


To hell with the tyrant.

Did he think by threatening her with the Wenren family, she would comply?

“Jiang Ning takes her leave.”

Jiang Ning left, pushing her own wheelchair..

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