"I wasn't looking at you." I lied. Justin looked around the room. No one else was here except me and him.
"Then what are you looking at? The wall? If you're looking at a wall like that, then that's a lucky ass wall." He pointed.
"Yes, I was looking at the wall." I shrugged.
He walked towards me. I stood up straight. He moved my hair back, exposing my neck.
"I'm going to break you out of this shyness thing." He stood just centimeters away from my arm. He was so close, I could feel his body heat radiating.
"Good luck with that." I slightly looked over my shoulder, from his collarbone, up to his hazel orbs.
"I like challenges." I felt his breath brushed against my neck.
He was so close to me, I think he could see my goosebumps rise. I was getting uncomfortable. I bent over and threw my bag over my shoulder.
"I'll see you tomorrow." I was passed by Justin on my way out the door.
I strutted to my car. I looked behind me and didn't see him. I unlocked my car door and hopped in. I got situated in the car and looked forward. I saw Justin coming out.
I didn't want him to think I was staring at him again, so I reached for my phone. I had two missed calls from Lando. I saw that he texted me also, so I opened it. It read:
We need to talk.
A confused expression was plastered on my face. I leaned my elbow on my armrest and looked out the window. What does he want to talk about? I was curious to find out. I started my car and headed home.
Just a few minutes later, I had arrived at my destination. I ran up the stairs to my apartment. I opened the door and found Lando with his fist covering his mouth. His elbows were resting on his knees. He sharply looked at me, but didn't say a word.
I slowly shut the door.
"Hey. What's up?" I slowly questioned.
"I don't know. You tell me." He spoke through his fist. My eyebrows tightened with anxiety.
"What's going on?" I stood still.
"What is this?" Lando moved his laptop in my direction. It was a video. I walked over so I could get a better view. I bent down only to slowly stand up once I saw what it was. "The hell is this, Ri!?" Lando pointed to the screen. I looked into his demeaning stare.
"I was dancing."
"You see nothing wrong with this?! You were flirting pretty hard with Justin! You were seducing him! What the fuck are you trying to do?" He stood up.
"It wasn't like that." I scratched my forehead.
"Then enlighten me Ri!"
"I was just dancing and having a good time! It was innocent! You act like I was giving him a lap dance Orlando!"
"He sure wanted one and more, after your little performance!"
I rolled my eyes.
"You need to relax! You're being petty." I walked away.
"No, I'm not going to RELAX! What happens when you leave to go on tour with this guy and you're with him all the time?"
"NOTHING! I'm keeping this professional! Nothing is going to happen! Damn, since when don't you trust me?! You know how I dance. This isn't anything new. I honestly don't see why you're upset! It was my introduction to the crew! I'm working for Justin. I wanted to grab his attention and impress him. Okay?"
"I think you wanted to grab more than that. I don't like the thought of you being around him." Lando crossed his arms.
"Why? Because he's going to watch me dance?! I'M A DANCER! Get over it." I walked to my room.
"NO! The way you dance is like a fucking mating call!" He followed after me.
I turned around and he bumped into my chest.
"Are you saying you don't trust me now?!"
"I don't know."
"Are you serious?! Since when?! Now?! I thought we were past this type of bullshit! I've never given you a reason to doubt my trust! Must I remind you that you cheated on me!"
"SHUT UP! Don't bring that up, Marissa!" Lando snapped.
"Why not?! Why all of a sudden are you feeling insecure about our relationship? Are you feeling guilty about something?! What the hell have you been doing?! You know what they say, once a cheater, always a cheater!"
"I SAID SHUT UP!" Lando raised his hand at me. My face jerked to the side and my cheek was stinging.
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Body Rock is a six book, Justin Bieber, fan fiction on Wattpad, but in the series, he plays more of a secondary character. Body Rock is about a Chicago-born dancer named Marissa Small. Marissa has a hurtful past, which pushes her out of Chicago an...