The fake account claimed that Kylie was celebrating her bridal shower after posting a TikTok on a night out with her sisters and best friends – who were all dressed in black – while wearing a stunning white dress.
After endless speculation about Mason Disick’s social media activity, his mom, Kourtney Kardashian, is clearing things up herself.
Unfortunately, as you may know, 12-year-old Mason – who Kourtney shares with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick – has long been impersonated by people online, despite being very private.
In January, for example, Kourt was apparently forced to suspend a spoof account of her son — who had amassed over 17,000 followers — after he shared a series of posts trolling the KarJenners.
“Okay, I’ll be honest, don’t approach me. Might delete that right away lol. But I’m really curious, do people really like my Aunt Kendall? The report wrote and referenced Kourtney’s sister, Kendall Jenner. “Like nothing funny about her. Ok on foot I guess but as it is it’s so average.”
Well, just this week, another fake account impersonating Mason took the spotlight after sharing a series of posts claiming that Kourtney’s younger sister, Kylie Jenner, would soon be marrying her partner, Travis Scott.
Kylie and Travis – who have been on and off since 2017 – share 4-year-old Stormi and welcomed a baby boy in February.
And recently — with Kylie once notoriously private and stepping up her social media activities — the pair have been more publicly affectionate than ever, flaunting their relationship in their TikTok videos and Instagram posts.
In fact, the two have long fueled rumors of their engagement, with Kylie not-so-subtly keeping all eyes on her rings.
And speculation about a possible nuptials between Kylie and Travis reached a new level just this week after details of a wedding register said to belong to the couple were released.
As one Reddit user pointed out, the registry — originally titled “Mother Goose and Cactus Jack’s Wedding Registry,” though it was quickly changed to a series of question marks after it went viral — refers to a wedding that took place on March 10, 2018 took place in December.
In case you didn’t know, Kylie often refers to herself as “Mommy Goose” on social media, while Cactus Jack is the name of Travis’ record label and brand. So fans had pretty good reason to believe the registry was theirs – especially given the sudden name change.
A few days later, Kylie kept stirring the pot and raising many eyebrows when she posted a TikTok from a night out with sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian, and best friends Stassie Karanikolaou and Yris Palmer.
While all the women in attendance wore stunning all-black outfits, Kylie took center stage as she rocked a stunning white gown – prompting speculation that the group might be celebrating a specific wedding on the cards.
And that’s exactly what the fake Mason account claimed when it reposted the video of Kylie and her ladies claiming they were all celebrating the mogul’s bridal shower.
“Hi guys! Mason here you are the favorite person LOL Here’s a life update,” the Mystery user commented on the video. “Kylie is getting married and is at her bridal shower right now so she’s the only one wearing white!!! “
The fake account further posted a screenshot showing a person saved as “Kylie Jenner” trying to call her. They also shared alleged text messages from the reality star that read, “You need to stop,” “Delete this now,” and “MASONER.”
Well, after several people were convinced the lyrics were a legitimate conversation between the real Mason and Kylie, Kourtney had no choice but to refute the rumors himself.
In her Instagram Story on Thursday, Kourt – who rarely engages in drama with the many Masonic-inspired fake Instagram accounts – went online to “make it clear” to anyone who suspected her son was behind the posts.
“Hi everyone, I hope it’s going to be a nice Thursday,” she began. “After months of thinking you would all know these fake accounts are NOT Mason, some of you don’t.”
“So I’m going to spell it out clearly,” Kourt continued. “This is NOT Mason on these fake social media accounts talking about our family. To all the “news” media using this bogus account as a source, you know better. Please stop using it in favor of your slow messaging day and thank you.”
Kourtney ended by addressing the mystery person behind the fake Mason account directly, calling them “ultra creepy.”
“And for the person relentlessly pretending to be Mason, ultra ultra ultra creepy!!!!!” She wrote.
So it’s pretty clear that the mysterious account – or any fake sites – are not owned by Mason Disick.
As for all the wedding rumors, Kylie has yet to shut things up or deal with this now-viral registration — but we’ll be sure to let you know if she does!