REQUEST: 9 + 29 with yoongi
EXCERPTS: “we were a mistake?” & “i didn’t know how much i needed you.”
PAIRING: min yoongi x reader
GENRE: broken relationship au, angst
WORD COUNT: 491
A/N: this reminds me of dua lipa and i love it! BTW GUYS I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHOWING A LOT OF SUPPORT I LOVE YOUUU💕❣️💞❤️
Whenever you first entered a relationship with Yoongi, everything seemed perfect. You both loved one another endlessly and would die for the other person. Yet something had changed, whether that be his career, yours, or just both of you not mixing. The one fact you knew that was completely true was that if your relationship was going to continue, both of you had to sacrifice something for the other. If Yoongi had sacrificed as much of you maybe you’d still be hopelessly in love, however now a lot had changed and you no longer felt the spark that once inhabited your stomach.
“Here’s your stuff,” Yoongi mumbled quietly, handing you the last of your belongings. You had offered to move out, being that you knew he needed the apartment due to how close it was located to the dorm and boys. Yoongi let out a small sigh, not knowing how to tell you that he didn’t want you to leave. “Y/N?”
“Yes?” You turned around to face your ex, his expression letting you know everything he couldn’t verbally say. It was something you loved about Yoongi, yet it was the very thing that tore you two apart. You waited patiently for a bit before Yoongi began explaining everything he hadn’t before.
“Please don’t go,” Yoongi breathed softly. You almost scoffed at his words, feeling as if it was the best choice for the two of you to split. You constantly butted heads while living with one another, and you honestly regretted ever agreeing to move in with him; it only led to more problems. If you had waited a bit longer maybe you would still be in the apartment, his arms wrapped around your waist lovingly as you began to prepare breakfast for the two of you. “I didn’t know how much I needed you.”
“Yoongi don’t start this,” you muttered. Yoongi looked at you with pleading eyes, almost begging you to forget everything you had said and return to his arms. You let out a small sigh while glancing over at your best friend who waited at the end of the hallway by the elevator. She didn’t seem too happy, having heard all of your arguments and never liking Yoongi, thinking that he is unworthy of you. “I have to go, and I’m sorry but this is for the best of us. We wouldn’t have worked out, and it was a mistake for even try—“
“We were a mistake?” Yoongi squinted his silky eyes at you, your heart skipping a beat as he misinterpreted your statement. He shook his head while chuckling lightly, in disbelief that you would ever say such a thing. His response only made you even more angry and positive that moving out was the right choice.
“Goodbye Yoongi, if you ever thought that I treated our relationship as if it didn’t matter, than there’s no point in trying to fix it. Have a nice life.”