Kagami, number 42: I swear it was an accident.
Guess who’s in an angsty mooooooood?
“Wait, ____, please wait!”
But you didn’t want to give Kagami the sanctification of you staying. Wait for what? To hear how he got those kissed bruises on his neck and chest? All you wanted was out of the house.
“____, please just-”
“Let go of me!” you cried, shaking your wrist our of Kagami’s hold. He flinched to see your eyes filled with hate and tears. The bruises on his neck suddenly felt more like venom than bites. Especially when you stared at them, but it didn’t last long when you turned to leave. “Don’t follow me.”
Kagami ran in front of you, blocking the front door. He was desperate, you could see that. But your heart. Your heart was in so much pain. You could feel it pulling apart, the bleeding was there. It hurt so much.
“Please, move, Taiga. I… I can’t even look at you,” you cried silently. You just wanted out. How could you look at Kagami when his skin was tainted by lips that weren’t yours?
You tried to turn away from Kagami as he attempted to hold your face. Even when you shook your head and dodged him, his hands still cupped your face, making you look into his eyes. Kagami tried for the words. He tried for any. I love you. Please don’t leave me. Let me explain.
“I swear it was an accident,” Kagami managed to say. His throat was thinning, barely any air could get through. If you two weren’t close, you couldn’t really hear him.
But that wasn’t enough. That answer wasn’t enough. How dare Kagami cry. Why is he crying when he betrayed you?
“It was an accident. Really?” you seethed. “Letting another woman kiss you is an accident?”
You shook your head out of Kagami’s grasp and walked the other way. Kagami watched you pacing the room, confused. He didn’t know what to do, or let alone say. All he knew was he wanted to fix this, he wanted you to stay. “____?”
Just hearing his voice made your fingers go on fire. You looked at the picture of you two on the beach, smiling and Kagami holding you from behind, and you launched it at Kagami. Just in time to see it come at him, Kagami ran out of its way, letting the picture frame break against the door. Hearing the glass crack, Kagami looked to the picture then you.
“That was an accident, huh Taiga? I didn’t mean to throw our picture, but hey. It was an accident!” You turned and found another picture. One second it was on the side table and next thing you knew it was thrown against the wall.
“Sorry, Taiga. I didn’t mean to throw those, they were accidents!” you yelled, the tears just falling.
Your anger erupted throughout your body and you just grabbed whatever to throw at Kagami. Another picture frame, a pillow, the throw on the couch, a stuffed bear he won you at a carnival, anything. But Kagami would dodge it. He could avoid these, but he couldn’t avoid the girl that was kissing him? He couldn’t dodge a hot girls lips against his skin? He couldn’t dodge a girl throwing herself at him? He could dodge you but not her?
“____, stop!” Kagami shouted, grabbing onto your wrists.
“Let go of me!” you shouted back. You broke out of Kagami’s grasp and slapped his cheek. There was a moment of silence after hearing your skin’s slap against each other. Kagami didn’t move, he just let his cheek sting. And you let everything spill. “You! You stop! Stop lying to me! Stop telling me it was an accident! Stop telling me to wait! You stop, Taiga!”
You walked out the door without Kagami saying another word.
The phone rang loudly in the dark. Aomine couldn’t hold back his grunt as he answered the phone. “Whoever this is, do you know how-”
“Daiki,” you whimpered.
Aomine’s eyes shot open as he sat up. “____? What’s wrong?”
There was only your whimpers and cries on the other line. Aomine walked out his room and into the kitchen. He was just mindlessly working now, making coffee. When he read the clock, it said 4:09 AM. Aomine waited for your cries to settle. “Can I come over?”
Aomine couldn’t hold back from his eyes widening. This was a bad idea. If you were planning to come here, that meant Kagami did something.
“What did Kagami do?” Aomine asked.
“Please, Daiki. Can I… Can I just come over?” Aomine could just picture you crying in the street, you wiping away at your tears.
Aomine closed his eyes as he sighed. “Where are you? I’ll come get you.”
After you gave Aomine your destination, he heard a click of a door as he was ready to leave. Aomine looked back to see Momoi wiping her eyes as she walked out her room. “Dai-chan? Where are you going?”
“I’ll be back. I need to get… What did you do last night?” Aomine asked bewildered. He was used to Momoi in her cami top and extremely short shorts to sleep in. He wasn’t used to kiss marks all over her neck and chest.
“Huh? Oh uh…” Momoi’s voice trailed off as she slapped her hands over her neck. She wouldn’t look Aomine in the eye. Must have been an ugly guy or something. “It was just a silly fun night. Nothing big. Where are you going so late?”
“____ needs me to get her. I think her and Kagami are fighting, so-”
“Daiki, no wait!” Momoi blurted out. How did she dart so fast from the other side of the living room to the front door?
“W-What?! What’s wrong with you?!” Aomine asked, startled. He tried releasing his arm from Momoi’s hold, but he began to panic and hold on tighter. “S-Satsuki, let go! What’s-”
“Don’t get ____-chan!”
“What, why not?! She needs me!”
“I know you’re in love with her, Dai-chan, but she can’t see me!”
“Why not?! You were probably going to be…” But then Aomine looked at Momoi’s marked neck again. They were kissed bruises, he wasn’t dumb. “What did you and Kagami do?”
“Dai-chan, please… Please don’t-”
But Aomine shook off Momoi off his arm. “I’m getting her. And you’re going to tell me what the fuck happened between you two after she leaves.”
Aomine slammed the door behind him as he left.