Mason Disick, the eldest child of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, was quite the menace throughout COVID, wreaking havoc on the ol’ TikTok with gusto.
First, the 11-year-old spilled family secrets on the app, then, after having his account canned by his folks, he recreated a different profile and that time he kicked off a public feud with Jeffree Star (a grown adult who should’ve known better, TBH).
In an interview with Vogue Paris, where she chats to our very own Miranda Kerr, the Poosh creator revealed: “Mason started some secret accounts during [the coronavirus] quarantine,” adding that “those were quickly shut down.”
She continued, “What kids share today, it’s there forever.”
Mason’s epic yeeting off TikTok came shortly after he made headlines for getting into it with Jeffree Star, which was probably Kourtney’s last straw.
To refresh your mem, in a TikTok Live last year, Mason (who was 10 at the time) started a war with the beauty vlogger by saying, “Jeffree Star is spoiled AF.”
Star, big fan of any kind of feud, clapped back in a tweet that has since been deleted.
“I had $500 in my bank account six years ago…Maybe he’s confused with his own privilege versus mine being self-made, hopefully his father can educate him soon! ⭐,” he wrote.
Social media feuds are second nature to the Kar-Jenner clan, but this is the first time it’s seeped into the youngest generation.
Disick previously had his social media privileges revoked by mama Kourtney Kardashian after revealing on an Instagram Live that his aunt Kylie Jenner and her baby daddy Travis Scott are not, in fact, back together.
“He started an Instagram yesterday and he didn’t ask us,” Kourtney said during an Instagram live interview with her lifestyle brand Poosh. “He has an iPad and a computer for his school.”
“I did delete it, because Scott and I felt like — he’s 10,” she went on. “I think there’s an age limit with Instagram. I think it’s 13.”
Kourtney then revealed that she’s worried about the online hate her kids might receive if they were to have social media.
“I think on Instagram, the thing that really worries me with kids is the comments,” she said. “People can be so mean and I just feel it’s not the time.”
However, Kourtney Kardashian did add that while she initially just switched Mason’s profile from public to private, he went ahead and sneakily switched it right back.
“I made it private,” Kourtney Kardashian explained, “and he turned it back to public without me knowing. So I deleted it.”
But then he went and got himself a bloody TikTok instead, which I’m sure will be deleted in no time after this.
If he was hoping to fly under the radar, he didn’t do a very good job.