"I made it private and then [Mason] turned it back to public without me knowing... so I just [deleted it]," Kourtney said on Wednesday of removing her son's Instagram account.
UPDATE at 3:45pm PT on March 23: It didn't take long for Mason Disick to jump on another social media platform even after his mom, Kourtney Kardashian, had just declared he was too young to be on social media and deleted his Instagram account on Wednesday.
The 10-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" surprised the show's fans by creating an account and going live on TikTok just one day later.
While he did't say anything as revealing as he did on Instagram, where he commented on Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's relationship status, Mason did talk about life under coronavirus isolation, as covered by The Daily Mail.
When asked about his previous deleted account, Mason lamented, "It got deleted because I was too young, because I went viral. I would have had 2.7 million [followers] by now if I kept it up."
He also talked about being bummed that Coachella got rescheduled, how he's not been seeing much of his family during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Perhaps not surprising, Mason's TikTok account has now also been deleted as it would seem he didn't have his parents permission for this one, either.
During a Poosh Instagram Live with her BFF Sarah Howard on Wednesday, Kourtney opened up about why she decided to delete her 10-year-old son's Instagram account just one day after he joined the platform.