Jeff the Killer X Reader pt.35More Like This
I couldn't believe what I'm seeing, Liu. He looked exactly what the Liu I know and lived with before I became insane.
But, I thought 'I killed him years ago...Right?'
"L-Liu?" I said.
He nodded and stand next to (y/n) while looked at him.
"Jeff, you know him?" she said.
I nodded. "He's...He's my brother.."
"B-Brother?" she said.
I nodded. "Its been a long time Liu.."
"Yeah, it has Jeff.." Liu said.
It became awkward and BEN grabbed (y/n)'s hand and started to walk her out. Once they reached the door, (Y/n) hold one of her sides and fell to the ground.
"(Y/n)?" I said.
I ran up to her and looked at her as she pain showed on her face and looked at her side. I touched her side and she winced and moved my hand.
"D-Don't.." she whispered.
"What's wrong?" I said.
"My....side.." she said.
"Let me see." I said.
She slowly lifted her shirt up a little and saw the open wound last time she was here but it was black like it
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