No more tea for you! After Kourtney Kardashian’s son Mason Disick took to Instagram claiming Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are “not back together,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians kid got a “huge wakeup call” when it comes to “oversharing” on social media, a source tells In Touch exclusively. “The entire family is on high alert.”

“It’s never too late to start training your kids about what to say on social media,” the insider continues. Going forward, “Mason will not be allowed to be on any platform unsupervised until he’s at least 13,” the source shares.


Additionally, it’s likely the 10-year-old received “a refresher course” in what is “OK to discuss on social media and what [is] off-limits,” another source exclusively told In Touch on Wednesday, March 25.

Thankfully, the Kardashians were able to find humor in the situation. “If Kylie and Travis’ relationship status was supposed to be secret, someone forgot to inform Mason,” the insider continued. “Everyone [had] a good laugh about it.”

Since Mason dished about Kylie and Travis’ relationship status during an Instagram Live on March 24, his account has been deleted. Soon after, his TikTok account was also removed.

On Mason’s now-defunct account, it states he was “banned due to multiple Community Guidelines violations.” It’s likely that his account got deleted because of his age. According to TikTok’s terms of service, “the platform is only for people 13 years or over.” It’s also possible the mom of three or dad Scott Disick deleted the account in an effort to rid Mason of all social media. Kourtney did claim responsibility for the removal of his Instagram, however.

On Wednesday, March 25, Kourtney explained during an Instagram Live for Poosh why she decided Mason should be done with social media. “I did delete [IG] because Scott and I just felt like he isn’t … he’s 10. I think there’s an age limit,” she shared. “The thing that really worries me with kids is just comments, people can be so mean.”

Kourtney used the incident as a teaching moment, explaining “the perils of chatting with fans,” a source exclusively tells In Touch. Mason learned “his lesson,” the insider said, “hopefully now a future crisis will be averted, it could have been a lot worse.”

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