As Daisy and Gatsby drive home, tragedy strikes. Daisy hits a woman and kills her, yet she continues to drive away because she just had such an intense afternoon. Gatsby does nothing but comfort Daisy because he truly believes she can do no wrong.
After finding out that it was Gatsby's car that ran over his wife, the victim's husband shoots and kills Gatsby in his pool. Little did he know that Daisy was really the one driving. However, this would not have mattered because Gatsby was planning on covering for Daisy. He literally took a bullet for her because he believed she was the love of his life.
After Gatsby's death, Daisy barely pays another thought about him. Instead she stays with her husband and acts as if Gatsby never mean't a thing to her. She did not even bother attending his funeral.
Gatsby fell for Daisy and was willing to sacrifice his life for her. Little did he know that she was not deserving of his love. Daisy only cared about money and herself. She used people as pawns to make her life more interesting, and then used her money as a shield from the consequences of her actions. Daisy never loved Gatsby she merely used him.