Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason Disick in trouble again after seen flaunting wad of $100 bills in bizarre TikTok video

The 10-year-old was seen dancing with Travis Barker's son Landon while showing off wads of money


                            Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason Disick in trouble again after seen flaunting wad of $100 bills in bizarre TikTok video
Kourtney Kardashian, Mason Disick (Getty Images)

Mason Disick, Kourtney Kardashian's 10-year-old son is back in the news. A TikTok video resurfaced on social media where the young kid of the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashian' star was filmed with his friend Landon, who is Travis Barker's son.

One would wonder if this has any involvement of his parents but the answer is no. His celebrity parents had banned Mason from joining social media. But he did it anyway. The first time he joined social media was without his parents’ permission and they made him quit immediately afterward. However, he did it again this time with a video that was made sometime in February.

In the video in question, Mason can be seen dancing with his friend while showing off a wad of $100 bills. He then fans his face with the cash with all swag and style while his friend, Landon, continues to groove. Landon is 16 years old. The 10-year old celebrity kid styled himself in a black hoodie and painted his nails black too while matching with his friend’s outfit. The two were dancing and having fun as they made up dance moves to the song ‘Animal’ by rappers Stunna 4 Vegas and DaBaby.

Although Mason’s parents were unaware about the video, he caught the attention of netizens and social media users and his fans thought this was quite amusing. Whether it was done behind his parents' back or not, Mason seems to have created a storm with his TikTok dance video. Fans saw it as funny, with one user saying, "He is rich, rich."

Earlier, when Mason opened an Instagram account and started interacting with his followers live, his parents Kourtney and Scott immediately made him stop and quit social media because they thought their son was too young to be doing this. TikTok also deleted Mason’s account since it violates their service terms and conditions. Users have to be at least 13 years old to be able to use the platform.

After the February video resurfaced on Tuesday, April 28, it was clear that this time around also Mason joined social media yet again, against his parents' will. Mason Disick had been in trouble earlier while present on social media when he called out on vlogger Jeffree Star and caused an exchange of strong textual repartee.

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