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Kourtney Kardashian deletes son Mason Disick's Instagram account after he spills the beans on Kylie and Travis

Mason 'didn't ask us' to get an Instagram account, she added about her son chatting with his followers moments after gaining access to the social media platform
UPDATED MAR 26, 2020
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In an Instagram live chat with Sarah Howard, her best friend from high school, Kourtney Kardashian confirmed that she and her ex, Scott Disick, had made her eldest son, Mason, delete his Instagram account, which he opened without taking the permission of his parents.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star revealed the news while chatting with Howard for her brand Poosh.

Mason 'didn't ask us' to get an Instagram account, the mother-of-three added about her son chatting with his followers on live just moments after gaining access to the social media platform.

After learning that Mason was operating his own account, his parents collectively took the decision to forbid him from using it because he was too young. 

"I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like he isn't - he's 10!" she said. "I think there's an age limit for Instagram. I think it's 13. I think on Instagram the thing that really worries me with kids is comments. People can be so mean." 

The protective mother added that Mason still did not have his own phone but "has an iPad and a computer for his school."

After going live on the platform, 10-year-old talked confidently with his followers as he answered their questions, including whether or not Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are back together. He told his fans and followers during the live stream video through his now-deleted social media account that his aunt and her ex, Travis Scott, are not back together. “No, Kylie and Travis are not back together,” he said casually.

Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner attend the Travis Scott: "Look Mom I Can Fly" Los Angeles Premiere at The Barker Hanger on August 27, 2019 in Santa Monica, California (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images)

In addition, he also posted nine photos since creating his Instagram account. Until then, Mason only had accounts created by his fans dedicated to him. However, the little star has a TikTok account, where he keeps posting. Mason’s mother, Kourtney, has also appeared on his account more than once.

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Kourtney and her children Mason, Penelope, 7, and Reign, 5, have been practicing social distancing to prevent spreading the virus. She shared an adorable post featuring her youngest son last week, updating her fans on how she and her family was functioning during the pandemic.

"Yes we're still in our pajamas from the night before and haven't brushed our hair yet, but we've been busy with the important stuff like meditating, reading books, watching movies, baking, dancing around the kitchen, playing dress up, most importantly really slowing down and spending time together," she wrote. "Reigny and I hope you are all taking care of yourselves and each other." 

And it's not only Kourtney who is following self-isolation at the moment. Her sister, Kylie Jenner also revealed how her pregnancy in 2017 had prepared her for coping with the unusual circumstances surrounding the pandemic. 

"I'm on day 8," she said via Instagram. "My pregnancy prepared me for this. I didn't leave the house for months. Towards the end of my pregnancy helicopters would fly over my house every day so I was scared to even go outside. But it was my choice to do that so I never let myself get bored. I watched movies, I read books. I would do full spa days and take long baths."