Kourtney Kardashian is clearing the air after many fans and followers were confused about Mason Disick’s social media activity.
Twelve-year-old Mason — whom Kourtney shares with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick — has, unfortunately, been impersonated frequently by people online, despite his wish to remain private.
Kourtney Kardashian Sets Record Straight After Instagram Account Claiming to Be Her Oldest Son Spreads Rumors About the Family
For example, Kourtney was forced to block a parody account of her son last year which had racked up over 17,000 followers after it shared a series of posts trolling the family.
“Okay, I’m being honest don’t come at me. Might delete this right away lol. But I’m genuinely curious, do people actually like my aunt Kendall?” the account wrote, making reference to Kourtney’s sister, Kendall Jenner.
“Like nothing fun about her like. Okay walk I guess but like that’s it so average.”
At the time, the real Mason was apparently urging his fans to report the fake user via his Discord.
it’s a fake, mason told to report this account on his discord— ???????????? ???? (@riseandshinexz) January 17, 2022
And then this week, another spoof account posing as Mason found itself viral after it shared a series of posts claiming that Kourtney’s younger sister, Kylie Jenner, was soon getting married to her partner, Travis Scott.
Kylie and Travis — who have dated on and off since 2017 — share 4-year-old Stormi and welcomed a baby boy back in February.
And recently — with Kylie, who is very private, being more active on social media— the two have been more publicly affectionate than ever before, flaunting their relationship across her TikTok videos and Instagram posts.
The two have consistently stirred up engagement rumors with Kylie outwardly donning rings, well, a lot.
And speculation of a possible wedding between the two sparked the internet once again after details of a wedding registry allegedly belonging to the pair were made public.
Kylie posted a TikTok from a night out with her sisters Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian, as well as her best friends Stassie Karanikolaou and Yris Palmer.
While all of the women in attendance donned all-black outfits, Kylie was seen in a white gown — prompting speculation that the group were possibly celebrating a wedding.
Cut to the fake Mason account claiming just this as it reposted the video of Kylie and her ladies, alleging that they’d all been celebrating her bridal shower.
“Hey, guys! Mason here you’re favorite person LOL. Here’s an update on life,” the unknown user captioned the video. “Kylie is getting married and is currently on her bridal party that’s why she’s the only one wearing white!!!”
The fake account went on to post a screenshot that showed a person saved as “Kylie Jenner” attempting to call them. They also shared alleged text messages from the reality star that read: “you need to stop,” “delete that now,” and “MASON.”
And after several people became convinced that the texts were a legitimate conversation between the real Mason and Kylie, Kourtney had no choice but to refute the rumors herself.
On her Instagram story this past week, Kourtney was quick to “spell it out clearly” for anyone who believed it was her son making the posts.
“Hello everyone, hope it is a beautiful Thursday,” she began. “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,” Kourt went on. “That is NOT Mason on these fake social media accounts talking about our family. To any and all ‘news’ outlets who use that false account as a source, you know better. Stop using it for the benefit of your slow ‘news’ day please and thank you.”
“And to the person relentlessly pretending to be Mason, ultra ultra ultra creepy!!!!!” she wrote.
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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