The “Kardashians” star blasted the individual who created false social media profiles in the name of her son Mason Disick. On Thursday, July 21, Kourtney took to Instagram Stories and Twitter to put the record right after hoping unsuccessfully that the bogus tweets were not coming from the 12-year-old kid she shares with her ex Scott Disick. “Hello everyone, hope it is a beautiful Thursday,” she began writing.
“After months and months of thinking you would all know that is NOT Mason on these fake accounts, some of you don’t. So I will spell it out clearly: that is NOT Mason on these fake social media accounts talking about our family.” Kourtney then asked news outlets to stop utilising fake accounts as sources. “And to the person relentlessly pretending to be Mason, ultra ultra ultra creepy,” the Good American founder wrote before closing her statement.
The reality star’s reply comes a day after a social media account claiming to be created by Mason released a series of postings stating Kourtney’s younger sister, Kylie Jenner, was preparing to marry her baby daddy Travis Scott. The bogus post also claimed Kylie was the main attraction during a bridal shower. It’s understandable that Kourtney wants to dispel any perception that her children were participating in such talk.
Mason did, however, have his own Instagram account in 2020, which was immediately deactivated by Kourtney. “He started an Instagram yesterday and didn’t ask us,” Kourtney said in March 2020. “I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like… He’s 10! I think, on Instagram, the thing that really worries me is the comments. People can be so mean.” Mason, as kids do, found a brilliant method to go back on social media at the moment by creating a TikTok Q&A.
When a fan inquired about his initial TikTok account, he responded that it “got deleted because [he] was ‘too young.'” Other fans questioned Mason’s mother and aunt, Khloe Kardashian, and he responded that they were both “good.” Someone mentioned seeing the 10-year-old on ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians,’ to which he replied, “Yeah, I’m on that.” Mason also said that he hasn’t seen his two-year-old cousin, Stormi Webster, in a while due to coronavirus quarantines.