While several of the others made a trip to the grocery store and with Rayven napping, Sean took the opportunity to approach Sabrina. He caught up with her at the bar on the lower level. She had been engaged in a conversation with Cassie and Ed.
Sean casually took a seat beside Sabrina. Cassie narrowed her eyes at him but he ignored her.
“Why the fuck are you here?” Sean bluntly asked Sabrina.
She laughed with amusement. “I was invited by my friend. Is there a problem?”
“Yes, it’s a goddamn problem,” he hissed angrily. “Why do you feel like it’s okay to come around me and my friends; especially around my wife?”
“First of all Sean, I wasn’t aware that I would be around you on this trip. Tanya asked me if I would like to join her. And since I’m supposed to be seeing Ricky, I thought it would make sense to accept the offer.”
“Since when have you and Tanya become such good friends?”
“Since I saw it as a way to be closer to you,” Sabrina said wickedly as she removed herself from the bar.
Sean shot daggers in Sabrina’s back as she walked away. He turned around and a pair of cold eyes were staring back at him.
“What?” he asked with annoyance.
“You just keep on digging bigger holes for yourself huh?” Cassie asked with disappointment.
“Shut up Cass. I don’t wanna hear it,” he mumbled.
“You need to,” she shot back. “You just don’t give a fuck about poor lil Ray do you?”
“It’s none of your business,” he said firmly.
“Maybe it isn’t,” she reasoned. “But what kind of friend would I be if I sat back and knew all your dirty lil secrets and didn’t expose you?”
An obnoxious smirk spread across Sean’s face. “Because if you expose me, then you have to expose yourself.”
“And I ain’t even messed up with that,” Cassie returned. She stared him in the eyes without waver. “Now who should I tell first? Ray, Jazz, or Jah?”
“Jah?” Sean screwed his face up with confusion.
Cassie chuckled victoriously. “Erica?”
The two of them were so enthralled with their back and forward threats that they forgot Ed was listening the entire time.
“What the fuck that mean?” Ed asked looking between the two.
Cassie nodded towards Sean, “Let him tell you.”
“There’s nothing to tell,” Sean replied.
“What about Erica?” Ed inquired.
Cassie grunted a laugh as she poured herself another drink.
“You’re a bitch, you know that?” Sean asked cuttingly.
“And you’re a dog ass snake,” Cassie countered.
“You’re just mad because I won’t fuck with you anymore,” Sean said.
“Anymore?” Ed asked with raised eyebrows.
Cassie grimaced, “Do you know how long ago that was?”
“It doesn’t matter. You’ve been trying to get this dick ever since,” Sean taunted.
“Boy bye!” Cassie dismissed. “That lil shit! The only women that want that don’t know better.”
Ed leaned over the bar’s counter and asked, “You fucking Jah’s girl?”
“No man,” Sean lied glaring at Cassie.
Cassie started giggling as she sipped her drink. She looked over at Sean’s scowl and burst into laughter. She said, “This is gonna be real good.”