Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s daughter Penelope reportedly had a secret TikTok account which was ‘banned due to multiple community guidelines violations.’
The nine-year-old had reportedly created an account under the name @blah445087, which had a bio that read ‘Kourtney-Penelope’ and ‘account managed by an adult.’
The POOSH founder has yet to confirm the validity of her daughter’s page herself but screen grabs taken by fans had shown that Kourtney, Kris Jenner and Kylie Jenner had followed it.
Parental guidance: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s daughter Penelope, reportedly had a secret TikTok account which was ‘banned due to multiple community guidelines violations’ though the POOSH founder has not confirmed the validity of the account herself
Axed: The nine-year-old had reportedly created a page that showed glimpses into her daily life under the user name @blah445087, which had a bio that had read ‘Kourtney-Penelope’ and ‘account managed by an adult’
The revelation of the nine-year-old’s now defunct TikTok account was first magnified by podcast host Amanda Hirsch aka @notskinnybutnotfat who shared grabs of since-deleted videos on Sunday.
Before the page was disabled, Penelope’s account included wholesome content like sweet ‘I love you’ post-it notes written by dad Scott over the years and making organic matcha at Kourtney’s home.
The @notskinnybutnotfat page had re-posted some of the videos which were initially shared on Instagram by a user named Julia Fase as the ladies marveled over the sweet content.
‘Wait is this really Pinop’s tiktok!? How sweet!!!!!’ Hirsch wrote of the videos.
Penelope’s page: Penelope had shared videos of sweet ‘I love you’ post-it notes written by dad Scott over the years in one video
Like mother like daughter! Another showed her making organic matcha at Kourtney’s home
Chef in the making: A time lapsed video posted by her reported user name @blah445087 showed her whisking her own matcha
Late Sunday evening — a mere hours later — the page was ‘banned,’ with Hirsch being informed by a follower via direct message.
She later apologized for publicizing the videos to her 400K followers which seemed to lead to a swift ‘disabling’ of the account.
One of Hirsch’s followers pointed out that Penelope could have been banned because TikTok is for ages 13 and up, while she is just nine-years-old.
According to TikTok’s guardian guidelines the application has ‘TikTok for Younger Users’ which reportedly can accommodate users under 13.
Kourtney’s TikTok: The POOSH founder had shared videos of she and Penelope on her own account
Parental control: ‘If we learn that a person under the age of 13 is using or posting content on TikTok without using TikTok for Younger Users, they will be removed,’ the platform writes’; Kourtney and Penelope; pictured March 2020
However lying about one’s age to access and post on normal TikTok can be cause for ban.
‘If we learn that a person under the age of 13 is using or posting content on TikTok without using TikTok for Younger Users, they will be removed,’ the platform writes.
The news of Penelope’s account comes a little over a year after Kourtney and Scott’s son Mason, 11, had his social media accounts disabled.
The then 10-year-old had an Instagram which was deleted after he shared Kardashian secrets while going live, prompting him to then make a TikTok.
‘No, Kylie and Travis are not back together,’ Mason had said in response to a fan question in March 2020.
Over-sharing: Kourtney and Scott then 10-year-old son Mason had an Instagram which was deleted after he shared Kardashian secrets prompting him to then make a TikTok
Expensive taste: Following the deletion of his account a video resurfaced in May of last year that showed Mason with Travis Barker’s son Landon where he threw around wads of $100 bills
Kourtney had dished of deleting Mason’s account that he had ‘never asked’ them for permission to create one, and said: ‘I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like he isn’t…he’s 10!’
‘I think on Instagram the thing that really worries me with kids is comments, people can be so mean,’ she divulged
Then switching to TikTok he 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.’
Following the deletion of his account a video resurfaced in May of last year that showed Mason with Travis Barker’s son Landon where he threw around wads of $100 bills. The video was said to be from February of 2020.
Family: Scott and Kourtney share three kids Penelope, nine, Mason, 11, and Reign, six